- Currently trending online are photos of a primary school pupil being carried to school by his mates
- Facebook user, Chukwunonso Peter, shared the story, explaining that the boy had refused to attend classes
- Peter further stated his refusal to attend school remained despite his father paying his school fees
For many people, education remains one of the most important tools to navigate life. This explains why a lot of people go through a lot to see their kids through school.
A young boy in Enugu state in Nigeria recently went viral online following his refusal to attend classes even after his father had paid his school fees.
However, the primary school pupil didn‘t quite escape schooling as his classmates weren‘t about to fold their hands and let him throw his future away.
Currently trending online are photos of the young man being carried to school.
In the pictures, the boy is seen with a scowl on his faces which contrasts the cheerful looks on the faces of his classmates as they happily drag him to school.
The photos were shared on Facebook by a Nigerian man identified as Chukwunonso Peter.
See photos below:
The photos which have since gone viral, left many social media users amused.
See some reactions below:
simply_ovia: "He still looks angry"
victoriaekeh: "That book must enter him brain"
official.imma: "That's how we dragging everyone to achieve greatness all year"
chy_leen: "It used to happen back in da days."
231agnezz:" He will still escape from class and run back home."
oluhyperclassical: "My guy could be future spare part dealer. Not everyone will like school."
In other news, a video showing an unnamed schoolgirl expressing her support for Tacha has gone really viral online. Not only that, it has got everyone talking too.
This happened after the Ex BBNaija star visited a school on Wednesday, January 6, to launch her new initiative called Pad for Every Girl Child and donated some sanitary pads to female students.
The said girl could not contain her excitement as she said she was happy to meet the controversial reality star and that the experience was “mad o”.
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Source: Yen Newspaper