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Command Secondary Schools are a place of terror – Old student
An old student of one of the Command Secondary Schools in Nigeria has called for the re-evaluation of the learning activities in the school, which he regarded as mostly inhumane.
The man who condemned the manner in which students are being allegedly flogged in the Army-operated school, narrated on how his classmates were beaten for not making noise and also stated that hardly is there any student of the school that is not brutally beaten in their 6-year duration in school.
Command Secondary Schools should be reevaluated. They flog and beat their students in a manner that is so inhumane. When I was there, I was flogged countless times till I bled. 6 years of learning in fear and terror. No command student hasn’t bled from flogging before.
I remember my first day in command as a js1 student. I was spinning that ring sweet thingy. I think we called it blay blay das. A teacher came in and felt the appropriate punishment for a noiseless, harmless fun was 7 strokes of a heavy cane. Lmao. Command=hell.
Command Secondary Schools should be reevaluated. They flog and beat their students in a manner that is so inhumane. When I was there, I was flogged countless times till I bled. 6 years of learning in fear and terror. No command student hasn't bled from flogging before. https://t.co/titteY71C6
— I cam'tt spefl (@we_are_somto) January 27, 2019