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SOYINKA SAYS EDUCATION SYSTEM DEAD IN NIGERIA

Nobel laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka Says, has said Nigeria’s instructive framework is not a big deal.

SOYINKA SAYS

 

He talked on Sunday at the University of Lagos, Akoka, during the introduction of a play, ‘Indiscretion of Men.’

The occasion was a piece of exercises celebrating the 90th commemoration of the Government College, Ibadan (GCI).

As indicated by the productive writer and dissident, training in Nigeria is awful, including that the nation is in a tough situation.

Soyinka says, while handling inquiries from columnists, recognized the GCI Old Boys Association for arranging the program.

He said the nation’s training was not a big deal.

“We are in a difficult situation, training shrewd in this nation. Let me not mess with you; it’s appalling. That was the reason I was; glad about the activity of making a model school and attempting to restore this Government College and present it as the perfect. We are actually quite low, instruction astute.

“I have figured out the amount they (old understudies affiliation) have done over; the most recent couple of days and I am extremely pleased with their work.

I simply trust the administration disregards them; don’t meddle with them. Give them a chance to take back to everyone’s mind the plausibility of what instruction can be,” the prestigious author said.

The President of the GCI Old Boys Association, Dr Wale Babalakin, said the school had fallen into dilapidation.

He clarified that over the most recent one year, the gathering had spent over N500m to remodel the school’s structures.

“There is nothing called general instruction. Training must be great. It is preferable not to give instruction over to give poor training on the grounds that a half-taught individual is a peril to himself and the general public.

“We need to endeavor cognizant endeavors to put resources into instruction and make a legitimate school that will promote the advancement of Nigeria,” he included

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