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Covid-19: Classroom Converted To Poultry Farm

Following the sudden closure of schools across Nigeria and other parts of the world, a school classroom in Borno State has been converted into a poultry farm.

The Federal Government has insisted that all schools remain closed until safety is guaranteed in wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Although South Eastern/Western States are appealing to the Government to reopen schools especially for students who intend to take the 2020 WASSCE, Northern States supported the Federal Government on the prolonged school closure.

A man identified as Olusegun Iselaiye has taken to Twitter to share photos of a classroom in Borno State that has been converted into a poultry farm.

He however shared some online pictures of numerous domestic fowls and birds feeding on food laid on what used to be the floor of a classroom.

He tweeted “School Owner Converts Classroom Into Poultry Farm In Borno.”

Chairs and desks were piled on top of each other on one side of the room to create space for the poultry farm.

Nigerians who reacted said the Northerners do not have education in mind and that is why they can do such to a classroom meant for learning

@OgbeideSmith wrote: “It is because most schools in the North have been converted to poultries that’s why they are kicking against reopening of schools in the country so that their chickens can mature and harvested before they reopen”.

@captkennypeter wrote: “No wonder the Northerners don’t want to write WAEC this year. @waecnigeria see for yourself where a classroom in which exam ought to be conducted is being used as a poultry farm”.

@KassandraUgoch1 wrote: “Next level oh! Chicken students! I hope they were not also enrolled under the school feeding program. We are still wondering how billions were spent feeding school children ,during the total lockdown period. Those chickens must know something. In fact the Shehu, must hear this”.

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