Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Question of the day...

Hiya Beautiful! How is the week rolling for ya and how are you coping with it?.
First want to say am sorry about the no post-yesterday. Not intentional... it was a busy day for me and no good network signal right here where I visited. So I paid a courtesy visit to my school and hell! A lot has happened since I left here, please permit me to talk about it. Do you know that the funny old collation officer for Rivers state in the last presidential elections was a former VC in my school? The funny man that shouted 'Jesus' before he read out the number of votes for PDP in which President Goodluck dust General Buhari the way a Cheetah would to a dog were they to be in a race. So my school have a new VC don't know his name though and I pray the changes Nigeria's president elect have been drumming about won't be anything like the kind of changes this new VC brought.. First He restricted Okadas to just the main gate making me trek for about 10 more minutes, then this man increased the school fees of my friends still schooling here, the fees they pay now is like double of the former amount. Okay that is that...

Also heard a disheartening news.. a friend of mine (though hi! hi! kind of) was withdrawn from the school *sad face* , guess his grades were not good enough. Heard his wealthy parents went to the school authorities to try and straighten things out (obviously with some cash), but it didn't work out and now he's left the school. This brings me to the question of the day... Would you as a parent give your son/daughter money to go bribe/sort/block a lecturer so he can increase his grades? And would you as a student do such? Mind you there is even an option of cash or kind especially for the female folks hehe..

Hmmn, tomorrow is gonna be another (busy) day for me so I might go MIA for the day but let's see how it goes.. Byyeee!

13 comments:

  1. Well charity begins at home, and morals and honesty if thought at home should be exemplary. It's highly immoral for a parent to do that. But hey, each to his own.
    Busy day eh, well take good care and hang in there lovely!

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    1. Hey thanks B. Love that you could drop by and give little moi some boost for the day..

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  2. Lol what school is that dear?

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    1. Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun Warri Delta State. There I did my undergraduate studies.

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  3. Me go straighten things when u didn't merit it ?.... I will find u a school In the most interior part of ogbomosho .....

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    1. Lolz, if you say Ogbomosho, then you are being too nice, Kafashan should be better...hehe

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    2. Lol I schooled in Ogbomosho. Chigozieexid you school there?

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  4. It them means that child is not ready to go to school.

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    1. Lolz, meaning you wouldn't do such right.. Thanks Gloria for your contribution.

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  5. My mum didn't teach me bad bad thing. lol. I will not do such as a parent.

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    1. Ehnn.. whose mum thought her bad thing then? Hehe. Thanks for your time here always Amaka.

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  6. nope.. not good @ all.... i won't encourage that. if u can't or won't read, please allow me spend the money on people who are ready to study.
    upgradin ur grades won't do u good cos u wil stil graduate and u have to defend ur certificate! even tho such things are common here, we mustnt promote it!
    http://www.mydiaryasagrowinggirl.blogspot.com/

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  7. You've spoken my mind there Rose. If you are tired of schooling let me know so other good heads can learn. Thanks for dropping by girl.

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