- Veteran Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, recently took to social media to share his thoughts on boarding schools
- The music star said that they have now become the nightmare of parents
- According to him, folks end up with children that are psychologically damaged
Popular Nigerian veteran rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, has taken to his verified Instagram page to share his thoughts on boarding schools in the country and how it affects children.
Going by recent events and stories making waves on social media concerning boarding schools, the music star found it fit to share his thoughts on the topic.
According to Eedris, boarding schools have now become the nightmare of parents. Explaining further, the music star said that most parents ended up with psychologically damaged kids even after paying and sacrificing so much.
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See his post below:
A number of internet users took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the issue. While many of them agreed with him, a few others said that they enjoyed their own boarding school experience.
Read some comments below:
"My cousin changed totally after returning from boarding school. This boy fit lie give you when you already know the truth and you'll believe him. He will take something that doesn't belong to him and lie that he isn't the one that took it, you'll even believe him cuz of the way he'll present the lie for you"
"Not all schools...i attended a boarding school and I enjoyed every bit of it. I remember my boarding school days and just laugh. In fact in my mind I feel those who were day students didnt enjoy life...maybe some schools but not all"
"Those days you will be hearing 'carry am go boarding school make he for no go spoil' These days na something else Na that boarding school be headquarter of corruption now"
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In other related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian mother, Deborah Okezie, took to social media to drag a popular Christian boarding school for maltreating her son.
In the video, Deborah's son who looked like he has not fed well for days, sat on a stool as he answered questions from his mother. The aggrieved woman then revealed that her son left home for school as a chubby boy. Sadly, he returned with symptoms of malnutrition.
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