February 2, 2017 Folawe
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TFN CEO Shares Thoughts At ‘Virtues Not Vice’

Folawe Omikunle, chief executive of social enterprise Teach for Nigeria, said inequality in schooling was a “systemic problem” undermining the nation’s future.

She cited statistics showing that 17 per cent of children fail to attend primary school, with 56 per cent absent from secondary, and quoted a World Bank study which found Nigeria had the lowest educational standards among 22 sub-Saharan African countries.

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Comments (3)

  1. Happiness wugha 2 years ago

    I agree with you on this, we all need to come together as a nation to fight this “systemic” problem.

  2. OBURU, MIRACLE 2 years ago

    You people are real working hard, congrats.
    Please make the hope and dreams of Nigeria youths come through, we are really counting on you people and God
    help you and give you more wisdom .
    Thanks. .

  3. Thank you to everyone who applied for the 2017 Teach For Nigeria Fellowship.

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