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Politician Building Substandard Schools For The Poor, Paying N42million Fees For Primary Education Of Their Kids At Charterhouse School Lekki

These are the classrooms and campus of the Charterhouse Lagos School, a primary school in Lagos’s Lekki area, charging N42 million per annum. With Political Leaders Diverting Public Funds To Send Children To N42million Private Schools – Sowore

The people paying for their kids to attend this school are some of the same people building substandard school classrooms across Nigeria.

What should not be lost on Nigerians is that these classrooms ought to be donning our public schools as the sixth largest oil-producing country in the world.

The outrage should actually be against the Nigerian political class that ruined public education institutions and diverted the funds from there to send their own kids to expensive private schools and also build themselves mansions that are swankier than the classrooms you see here.

CharterHouse, a new British elementary school, set to open on 70 hectares in Lekki, Lagos.

The school is the first British independent school in West Africa and part of the prestigious Charterhouse family of schools.

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Charterhouse is a public school in Godalming, Surrey, England. Originally founded by Thomas Sutton in 1611 on the site of the old Carthusian monastery in England.

The founder, Thomas Sutton, held high public office and through shrewd investment became one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England.

He said , The new magnificent architectural master piece won’t just change experience of Lekki landscape but also attract investors, end educational tourism, retain fx and improve on job creation and overall socioeconomic growth of the locality.

The school is for foundation class one to six year.

Application Fee: N2 million only
Tuition: N42 million only

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Sowore in a post on X on Monday said that Nigerians should be enraged at the political class in the country for diverting public funds to send their children to expensive private schools including the Charter House School in the Lekki area of Lagos State where they pay as high as N42million per annum while they left public schools in ruin.

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Human rights activist and presidential candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC) in the 2019 and 2023 general elections, Omoyele Sowore, has berated Nigerian political leaders for ruining public education in the country.

Sowore in a post on X on Monday said that Nigerians should be enraged at the political class in the country for diverting public funds to send their children to expensive private schools including the Charter House School in the Lekki area of Lagos State where they pay as high as N42million per annum while they left public schools in ruin.

Sowore added that the politicians who diverted public funds and impoverished Nigerians do not only use the diverted funds to send their children to expensive private schools but also build mansions for themselves.

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Attaching photos of Charter House Primary School on his X post, the #RevolutionNow convener said, “These are the classrooms and campus of the @Charterhouselag School, a primary school in Lagos’s Lekki area, charging N42 million per annum.

“The people paying for their kids to attend this school are some of the same people building substandard school classrooms across Nigeria.

“What should not be lost on Nigerians is that these classrooms ought to be donning our public schools as the sixth largest oil-producing country in the world.

“The outrage should actually be against the Nigerian political class that ruined public education institutions and diverted the funds from there to send their own kids to expensive private schools and also build themselves mansions that are swankier than the classrooms you see here.”

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