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PHOTO: ‘She is too playerful’, teacher’s comment highlights state of public schools

The decline in Nigerian public school education was once again brought to the fore after a headteacher wrote ‘she is too playerful’ on a pupil’s report card.

The headteacher apparently wanted to write ‘playful’.

A viral photo of the report card, issued by the Universal Basic Education Board in Rivers State, showed that the pupil passed just two out of 10 subjects.


Photo: Instablog Naija

The photo also showed series of mistakes with the official writing the pupil’s position as 433 out of 38, while ‘Date’ was merely written as 31.

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