A video has surfaced online showing Pupils in a Nigerian primary school standing in flood water while singing the national anthem.
The video captured the pupils of an unidentified school standing in knee- deep flood.
Nigerian celebrities who felt pity towards the situation had called upon anyone who knows the name of the school. It seems they want to offer help by building up the school for better education for the children.
Popular comedian well-known as Mc Mbakara took to his Meta page in a video and said; “Let’s continue sharing this video so it could get to lots of people. My heart is broken down after watching this video. How can this pupils be singing the National Anthem while standing in water due to bad educational infrastructure”.
“Please anyone who has valid information regarding the location of this school should please let us know. I know this school would be in Lagos State but please let us know the exact place. They need support in building up a better learning environment”. He added.
A female teacher who watched the video told the news reporter on Saturday that she felt sick after watching the children make solemn pledges to “a country that keeps them inside the flood.”
The video has drawn numerous reactions online as many also felt the irony in the children’s promise to their country.
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