Poverty In Nigeria Case Study

1360 Words 6 Pages
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/education11/01/2016

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in_Nigeria 12/01/2016 theafricanbabygirl.tumblr.com 15/01/2016

Local perspective

In Nigeria the rate of children deprived of education is at high rate which is not good for the society and the nation. On the street of Lagos 0ne will so many little children not up to the age of 10 going around selling pure water or snacks. Nigeria has one of the world's highest economic growth rates, averaging 7.4% according to the Nigeria economic report released in July 2014 by the World Bank. Poverty may have been overestimated in Nigeria because of the many problems we have in Nigeria. So therefore poverty is just one of the reasons children
…show more content…
Poverty is one of the main sources of illiteracy. Many parents are struggling to feed, cloth and shelter themselves and their children. They considerer education as luxury; so they do not believe that education is meant for their children. This believes is what their forefathers had about education, some think education is mare what of time. Most of the insecurity problem we have is the result of children who have been left out of school. Boko Harm is a typical example of children who are deprived of education. This children have been neglected for a long time that the operatives they have taking the advantage of their illiteracy. By the way what is the meaning of Boko Haram? Its simple means "Western" or "non-Islamic" education is a sin. Why was this possible because the operative of this group are informed that these set of young men are left out of school so they venerable. I strongly believe if reverse was the case they would have been more in lighted to know that their just being …show more content…
Most of them they parent where so poor that they could not send them to school this resulted too many of them to taking to social vices. If they were to be educated things would have being the other way round. Another of deprived educational problem is when young girls who are meant to be sent to school are giving out in marriages. I am so sure if they were sent to school or if the parent had money to send them to school marriage will not be the option for example an eight years old girl was given out to an early marriage to a twenty eight years old man.
This 8 year old child was married out to a 28 year old man in Rigasa Kaduna State last Sunday. http://www.lailasblog.com/2016/01/more-sad-photos-of-8-year-old-girl-that.html on the

Related Documents