- A vice-principal in Ondo state, Nigeria, has shared his encounter with one of his students on social media
- In a screenshot of the chat shared by Adeniji Emmanuel Sunday, the young student referred to his vice principal like he would refer to his mate
- The vice principal admonished him on his Facebook page and called him a disrespectful child
A vice-principal in a Nigerian school has taken to social media to share details of a chat he had with one of the students at his school, Marley Kesh.
The vice-principal, Adeniji Emmanuel Sunday, described Marley Kesh as a good-for-nothing boy from a bad home.
He added that boys like Marley would beat up their elders if they have the opportunity. The vice-principal’s call out was influenced by a chat he had with the said student.
In the conversation, Marley spoke disrespectfully to his vice-principal by saying ‘dis man hw far’. Adeniji wrote:
“It is very easy to know a child from a bad home. Such a child has no respect for his parents at home and his teachers at school. If the opportunity is available, he beats them up. But the end of such a child is a total disaster. As a teacher, I releate well with my students. The responsible ones know this and they respect me for it. It is very true that out of every 12 there must be one Judas. The boy you are looking at here is one of such good-for-nothing boys. This evening I got his message: dis man how far? I thought it wa a message sent by mistake to me. He replied in the affirmative: yes o wetin happen we no dey for school ooo. You can see the attached message. He goes by the name Marley Kesh. All underaged friends on my friends list shall be blocked. How will you describe him?”
See their chat below:
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