Learning In Pain Students in Anambra made to write exams in darkness

Some students observed writing their test in a dark classroom have had to rely on LED light to answer exam problems.

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Students of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, in Anambra State, were observed writing an exam in darkness. This was confirmed in an image circulating Instagram. play

Students of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, in Anambra State, were observed writing an exam in darkness.

This was confirmed in an image circulating Instagram.

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A picture has captured a classroom filled with students, reportedly from the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra State, as they wrote an examination in darkness.

To aid visibility, the learners were made to rely on the LED lights attached to their smartphones in order to ensure they are able to solve the examination problems though a student appeared pessimistic concerning the outcome of the test.

play Poly students in Anambra made to write exams in darkness (Instagram/Instablog9ja)

 

Some texts which have accompanied an image shared on Instablog9ja's IG on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, confirmed the feeling of uncertainty.

"This is not night class. This is test hall.

"I don't even know what I wrote. Even if I escape with pass, I will happy ooo," reads a statement attached to the IG picture.

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A comment on social media has condemned the focus on Yahoo Boys as opposed to improving the standard of education in Nigeria.

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This was confirmed in a tweet by anti-graft commission but IG users desire more from the Nigerian government.

An IG screenshot captures the emotion of some Nigerians who called for an improvement in the quality of education in their country. play

An IG screenshot captures the emotion of some Nigerians who called for an improvement in the quality of education in their country.

(Instagram/Instablog9ja)

 

Responses revealing various emotions has been captured on the comment section of Instablog9ja's IG.

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