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Lagos School Sends JSS2 Student Home for Peter Obi Sticker on Her Bag

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A student of Odomola Junior Secondary School, Epe in Lagos state has reportedly been sent home because she came to school with a bag bearing the poster of Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

The JSS2 student identified as Barinada Marvelous was given an exit form to leave the school because she violated the instructions that Lagos state government allegedly gave schools in the state.

This was made known by a source from the school who craved anonymity, and shared a photo of the exit form on Twitter.

The sending home paper, written the principal of Odomola Junior Secondary School directed Marvelous to go home and campaign for Obi, because it is ‘against the wish of Lagosians.’

The action of the school administrator sparked mixed reactions as many said there should be sanctions while others said it is not right to allow students take political stickers to school.

@MargaretUfeli; The matter is real, the signature is that of the principal and am in Epe too, the father told me

@maaziakuchie; Lagos is gradually losing its aura, and what makes it special. Lagosians are allowing APC gangs give it a bad name.

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  1. This is disgusting to say the least. How can a minor suffer the fate of what she knows nothing about? Even an adult has every right to hold and express their opinions freely without undue interference by anyone let alone a minor. Where is freedom of expression, thoughts and free conscience as enshrined in our national constitution?

    This is a violation of her fundamental human rights as a Nigerian.

    The head teacher should be arrested and arraign before the Court for trial.


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