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Who's Fault Is It If A Child End Up A Shoemaker?

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When it comes to career, who's fault is it if the child had no money to go to school and ended up a shoemaker. is it the parent's fault or is it the child's fault or is it Nigeria's fault? Lets be realistic, please give your full opinion. Do you think the child should go and steal or prostitue in order to go to school as in a must to have an education or do you think the child should just go and start selling on the road or jeje become a shoemaker? What do you think?

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quite interesting,

I have this friend whose child is not doing well in school. this friend is abroad, the child's mama threw him away when he was born so the grandmother end up taking him and they always ask for ''school fees from the boy's father which he end up sending. he is now 16years going on 17, and has not been doing well at all. however, they managed to promote him. last year he was asked what he want to do, he said a hand work. his father asked him to go to school, right now heard he failed his JSS 1. who is to be blamed in this situation?

Me thinks the environment, some say cuz the father or mother is not there, i think there is nothing wrong to do or learn a vocation since not everyone is cut to go to school.

this child can't read or write, right now i heard another relative took him away to another part of the town saying he will teach him to read and write while he starts JSS 1 all over, am just short of advice to give them, anyone with good idea?

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perhaps they lack information because their mum and dad could not afford to educate them and the do not know how to access the information, to have a successful economy the government will have to put its money where its mouth is.

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It is the fault of this very unfair system, schooling is completely free and compulsory in all European countries and America until we have that we are not doing our best for our children.

it should be totally free, uniforms are provided for the poorest children in the UK and the basic books are provided free of charge for all. Sure some rich folk will send their kids to private school but it is less than 10% in the UK.

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they lack information.

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There are people in Nigeria as mamaput asked, that cant afford to send their kids to school.

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The books and the uniform ?

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it is just lack of infomation, pta level is less that 500 naira

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If everyone can afford it , why are there somany slaves in Nigeria?

Child slaves i mean. Kids as househelp s,elling on th e road you name it.

I do not buy that story from you that everyone can afford it. Some people are even looking for money to eat

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primary and secondary education are very affordable some don't even pay anything except the PTA level, so what are u talking about?

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Are we not talking of children . Dose Education not start with primary 1?

This boy you are talking about also went to secondary school.

Tell me were dose a child start looking for money.

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does that mean that if the govenment is not responsible, u won't be responsible for ur life. let me give another example l guy from liberia had to flew to Nigeria for safety during the war, while in Nigeria he started all over again, enrolled into university in nigeria and he is now a graduate. he had all the reasons to either be a beggar or a failure. what do u have to say to that?

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so poor people are not allowed to have children?

The smallest a country can do for its children is free education and free healt care they owe it to them

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l think the parents, the country and the child are to blame for the child's state.A good parent should make provision for the child before birth while a good country should be responsible for the well being of every citizen. the major fault anyway go to the child, recently l started reading biography of great men that had lived and those still living, l then stumble on the biography of Roman Abramovich (great chelsea).his dad dead when he was eighteen months old and his mom dead when he was 4 years old, but today he is the 11th richest man in the world. what do u hv to say to that? he had an escuse of saying l failure in life because l lost my parent at a tender age, but he refused to be a failure.

Let me come down home, l read a magazine, when a man was given his testimony, he said when he finished his secondary school education he couldn't further because there was nobody to sponsor him, so he started a call center at adeola odeku vI and right now he has 3 call centers at different location and he has a brown new car of his own and he has enroll for a part time course at Unilag.

So, it is only a failure that has escuses for not making it in life, when u get to heaven and u tell God that it was because of ur unfortunate state that made u fail , God will show u a success who was in a worse condition.

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Once the child is independent, he/she can go ahead and get educated.

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Cos it is. I'm replying to the title of the post. But if its a financial issue, then its nobody's.

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Its the child's fault

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There's nothing necessarily bad about being a shoemaker. A shoemaker can grow to employ others and become a millionaire.

The question I think you're trying to ask is who is to blame if parents cannot educate their children properly.

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I agree with that.. and A shoemarker job.. if he/seh really wants to be a shoemarker.. he/she will create a standard.. not shoemakers that roams about the street.

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It's Nigeria's fault, there is no free education at the primary and secondary level. At the tertiary level it's also Nigeria's fault there is good aid program for Students. If a Child ends up a shoemaker, it's the country's fault.

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