Kaduna Parents Accuses Gov El-Rufai Of Grooming Their Children To Become Miserable Almajirai

Reactions have continued to trail Kaduna State Government over two press releases contradicting themselves on students’ resumption date.

Some parents expressed concern over the declining education system, claiming that the aim is to frustrate the educational system in Kaduna and turn the fortune of younger generations into miserable, Almajiris.

Others said the happenings in the state are a secret plan by northern mafias to eradicate western education completely since they believe that educating a child is forbidden.

Recall that Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, at a stakeholders’ meeting on Monday announced that schools in the state have been closed indefinitely, explaining that this would allow security operatives to flush out bandits terrorizing students.

A press statement issued by the Kaduna State Commissioner for Education countered the earlier pronouncement by the governor, describing it as fake news.

Dr. Moses Wuyep, a resident of the state, whose daughters are students of Federal Government College, Malali, Kaduna, he said:

“All the dramas being played in the state; Kidnapping, killings of students and demanding for ransom is just to frustrate parents/students from studying further.

“If one of your sons is kidnapped and they ask you to pay just a million Naira. By the time you paid that ransom, you are left with nothing to even feed, not to talk of sending your son to school again.

When your son refuses to go further, you know what it means. Social vices step in. All manner of bad character will creep in,” he said

Also speaking on the security threat in the state, Mrs. Juliana Moses who said people are living by God’s grace said what is happening in the state, is beyond everyone. According to her, it’s better for the military to take over than to continue with the present government till 2023 when a new government will set in.

“The saying that children are the leaders of tomorrow is no longer in vogue.

“Those children were being deprived from attaining education that will make them become great leaders of tomorrow. They are now frustrated, while their parents’ are financially handicap as millions of Naira is paid as ransom,” she said.

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