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“Even Me As A Graduate Can’t Answer it”- Lady Says As She Shares ‘Hard’ Homework Pry 3 Pupil Was Given

A Nigerian lady identified as Aisha Umar Bello has caused an uproar on social media after sharing a difficult assignment given to primary 3 pupil.

Aisha Bello knocked the school teacher for giving a young kid such an assignment stressing that she(Aisha) as a graduate find it difficult to attempt to such a question.

The homework reads: “World War One. “How is it similar to the current Russia-Ukrainian fight?” 

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Social media users have shared their thoughts on the Russo-Ukraine-themed assignment for a primary 3 student. 

Social media reacts:

@Mr Muhammad :”Some countries banned home work in its entirety as it doesn’t correlate with productivity especially at basic level. Many home work are for the parents to do and the children to copy which makes no sense.”

@abba_g_ wrote: “The thing is our schools have completely lost it, they are going over board and some claim they are teaching the kids Oxford/Cambridge standard and no one is checking them, in simple words the syllabus they are adopting is too advanced for these kids.” 

 @artytudeC: “I can bet you that even the teacher wet give that assignment no know the answer to question. Infact that teacher has zero knowledge of what transpired during ww1 and almost zero knowledge of what’s happening now.”

@DhulQarneine said: “Just write…There’s nothing similar because I can’t juxtapose or narrate what I didn’t experience, but one thing I never heard of is the issue black racism during WWI, just as we have now. “Thank you.” 

@Aisha Abdullahi: “Even the teacher has to research to find this out. Please address the teacher and school. Let everyone be guided, banda shishshigi we have enough hx to be learnt here”.

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