Private secondary school in Ondo State under fire for for printing names of students owing 5k in the school magazine
Twitter user, Bhadmus Hakeem @Bhadoosky has called out a private secondary school based in Ondo State for allegedly printing the names of final year students who didn’t contribute towards the purchase of a television set in the school’s send-forth magazine as debtors.
Hakeem in his Twitter thread said that the students were required to contribute 5,000 naira towards the purchase of a 32″ television set.
“Yesterday (20/7/2018), a school in Arigidi Akoko, Ondo state, decided to throw over 24 parents and their children into sorrow on a day they should be the most joyous because they didn’t pay N,5000 to buy the school “32 inches TV”.
In defence of the school, Austin Duyi the School Coordinator said
“Hundred per cent of the information” posted by Hakeem is “incorrect.” SSS three students were the ones that organised the project to help their school and leave a legacy. The person, who posted the malicious information about the school, we don’t know.”
When asked if the students were the ones to put the names of indebted students in the magazine, Duyi said,
“In every school magazine, there is a page given to the student to allow themselves to express themselves. They are the ones who wrote everything and said it should be printed. It is, therefore, a surprise to us that someone would pick up only that column of the magazine, which is between 60-70 pages. The person didn’t see the good aspects of the school, only the negative. We are shocked.”
See the full Twitter thread by Hakeem below....
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