- Pupils of an unidentified primary school have set social media buzzing after a video from one of their activities went viral
- In the stunning video, the primary school pupils were seen enjoying meals served in different pots
- The pupils on uniforms were surrounded by their supposed parents who stared as they consumed the meals outside their classrooms
A video of primary school pupils enjoying meals in an uncommon fashion has emerged on social media.
In the viral video shared on Instagram by @mufasatundeednut, the kids were seen seated in rows of classroom tables and benches.
The primary school pupils in their seated positions consumed sumptuous meals served in different pots.
They all had bottles of soft drinks by their sides. Adults suspected to be parents of the kids were observed watching keenly from behind.
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Legit.ng gathered that the event is a commonplace in Ghanaian primary schools and is a day that is usually set aside for pupils to eat 'chicken and cola.'
The kids enjoyed the meals outside their classrooms.
Mixed reactions trail the video
"Enjoyment no pass like this oooo , bowl of your Fruit of labor."
"Be like I go wear school uniform go carry my own pot of food o."
"Because you bring your cooked pot of food from home if I can remember correctly. That’s done in Ghanian schools."
"Dat Party is called „our day“ in Ghana primary schools the only day u r allow to eat chicken & cola."
"The 3 boys wey dem show abeg make dem give them more plates because that food no fit do them."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian king had built a fine school where food is free.
Oba Adedokun Omoniyi Abolarin with his resources built the school for children of the poorest of the poor. Other free things in the school included fees, hostel and laptop.
Students of Abolarin College in Oke-Ila, Orangun are also not required to pay any school fees, an uncommon act shown by the king who teaches in the institution.
Sharing a short documentary about the school, a Facebook user, Ayandiji Aina, said the king's school is a legacy worthy of international support.