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Government kicks over castigation of Tinubu by pupil in school debate + Video

The Niger State Ministry for Basic and Secondary Education has condemned the use of vulgar and violent language in a school debate by a pupil from a school in the State.

This was contained in a statement issued on Sunday by Malam Jibrin Kodo, Information Officer of the Ministry.

The viral video on social media showed a pupil using inappropriate language, part of which castigated President Bola Tinubu, during a debate in one of the schools in the state.

The statement said “the disturbing content of the video was evident that the student was coached to use violence and vulgar language in his presentation.

“Such behaviour is not only unacceptable by the Ministry, but also goes against the values, respect and decorum that should be upheld in an educational settings.”

The ministry emphasised the importance of promoting a positive and respectful learning environment for students and pupils at their formative age.

It noted that the use of vulgar and violent languages not only reflects poor orientation for the individual pupils, but also to the school and the educational system.

It further disclosed that the Commissioner of the Ministry, Hajiya Hadiza Mohammed, has vowed to investigate the incident.

It added that an appropriate disciplinary action would also be taken against those responsible for coaching the student to use such language.

The Ministry urged all schools to reinforce the importance of good conduct among students both in and outside the classroom.

It stressed the ministry’s commitment to upholding high standards of behaviour and academic excellence in schools.

It added that the ministry would not tolerate any form of ill behaviour that undermines its principles.

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