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Education in Nigeria is based on a 6-3-3-4 system, which involves three levels of institutional learning processes:

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Successful pupils at the primary school level - those in possession of FSLC and who have passed the entrance examination to secondary schools, the Common Entrance Examination, can then proceed with the secondary school education, usually at the age of twelve. Secondary School Education, which used to last for five years, now takes 6 years to complete. The language of instructions at this level of education is English. Like primary and nursury schools pupils, secondary school students have to wear school uniforms. But while at the nursery and primary school levels, pupils, irrespective of their sex, attend mixed schools, boys and girls at the secondary school level are often sent to separate schools (boys' schools or girls' schools). However, mixed secondary schools are no longer a rare sight in Nigeria today.

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- Jack Breda gets a political lecture
- Lads offer AIDS vaccine
- ongoing (sigh)
- penguin stampede on the Mojave
- cowpoke Marion Morrison hears from a lady in Nigeria
> - Lads pose as EFCC cops
- the Lads try character assassination

 

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- Victor Coulibaly blows it again. Football chat, strong language.
- two people, four languages, one scam foiled
- Japanese racer Phil Munglers vs Mrs Bola
- environmental appeal from the Niger (Foreign Office exploit)
- Sir Marmite obtains an Oath from "Victor Coulibaly"
- The Unkindly Contributor returns.



- Sir Marmite Luny-Binns receives a hotel reservation request
- oily proposition from a "Japanese" Lad (Bulgaria 1, Nigeria 0 at halftime)
- Aggie Nostick's scammer is in touch with the Almighty
- Goth chick Eliza Dane, a drama in two acts
- Agent Tossov finds that all that glitters is not gold
- Porn star Stevieperv Rammer recruits a Lad
- orphaned princess meets Lady Fapina Tyuksar
- Randy Rimmer vs. a hippo-molester


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Children with bleak future abound in many Nigerian villages. Better Future Foundation Amodu was set up to help create a better tomorrow, through education, for the poor children from Amodu. BFFA relies on your donations to give these children a better future.

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In most cases, this untold hardship leads to frustration and helplessness, and having no one to turn to, these poor creatures, may end up committing felonies, thus exposing themselves to more dangers. Such Juvenile delinquencies, which are now becoming very rampant in Nigeria due to hopelessness, pose a serious threat to the entire society.

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- Brother Mark Knopfler and anoter cancer patient
- Mal Reynolds takes on the Central Bank of Nigeria
- Lewd Noogie vs. a contract killer & phony FBI agents!
- Naz's inner teenager is offered a fortune - the flip-off!
- Lady Agatha vs. a bogus Chinese banker
- Harold Stassen as an ex-Wehrmacht officer vs. the Lads
- Naz hits the jackpot!

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As has been pointed out before, the educational system in Nigeria today allows only a compulsory primary school education of six years for all children under the Universal Basic Education (UBE) scheme. With the introduction of the Universal Free Primary Education (UPE) in 1976, the afore-mentioned UBE and the State Primary Education Board (SPEB) in each state to liaise with the UBE, the Nigerian government has continued to demonstrate its interest in reviving the primary school education in the country. However, while some people laud government's efforts to the skies, others, especially the critics, are still very sceptical about these educational programmes and their set objectives.

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It has become a well-known phenomenom that young university graduates in Nigeria don't always find life easy, especially when it comes to securing jobs. But having acquired a university education, they are better equipped to take their destiny in their own hands. But what happens to those poor children who have zero opportunity of going beyond primary school level? This section focuses on the ordeals such kids are made to go through after leaving primary schools.