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Coward Generation . by AB(m): 7:33am on August 21


It's your fault. You started this. You started it long time ago when you resolved that your children would not pass through the difficulties you went through. Your love for them made them weak. Your parents prepared you for the challenges ahead. They allowed you to solve many of your problems. They only guarded and guided. They allowed you to go to WAEC office to check your WASSCE result. You even travelled to Ikoyi to check UME and PCE results. But you consider your children too young and inexperienced to do anything for themselves. The same children that you put in school at age 2 have suddenly become too young. You rushed them through childhood thinking cognitive achievements would see them through. They can't even keep their own records. When they register for exams, you keep photo cards and slips. You will keep result checkers too. When results are out, you rush to cafes to check and print them. You followed them everywhere and show them everything as if they were blind. You follow them to register for JAMB, your phone number is on the registration form, you stayed in the car on the exam day, immediately after exam, you zoom them home. They never get the chance to socialize. They can't even discuss contents and conduct of the exam with fellow candidates. You won't let them stay back a second but you stayed back on the day of your own exam. You made new friends and all of you, strangers to one another, went to buy snacks together. You were all talking and smiling as if you had known one another for years but your children can't do this. "What else are you waiting for?" is the question from your raised voice.

When results are out, you will receive the notification. You will be the one to go and print the result and start thinking of how to get admission processed. Finally when admission is secured, you will still be the one to go to banks and pay all fees. You will also travel down to look for their accommodation. Unfortunately, you can't follow them to campus, you would have preferred to attend every lecture with them. You, inevitably, relax the apron string at this stage and allow them to face life by themselves for the first time. They now have to, for the first time in their entire life, do things by themselves and for themselves. There's no more mom and dad to think, act, predict, assume and foresee events any more. Then the vicissitudes of life come knocking. They fail one course out of nine in 100 level but they struggle to move on. When it happens again in 300L and they consider all the hardships of the last two years, the only way out is to commit suicide. What kind of children commit suicide after failing exams? Haven't they heard stories of dropouts who have become extremely successful? What kind of children are you raising? Please stop raising a generation of cowards.

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Re: Coward Generation . by Kimorarh143(m): 7:36am on August 21
Thanks for this vital information... Expect more from this good source

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Re: Coward Generation . by letloveead(m): 7:41am on August 21
Indeed a real coward generation as said

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Shegun
Re: Coward Generation . by easyboy2317(m): 7:42am on August 21
I agree with you, cause I do hear how my popsi say about their education

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Am a student trying to make money for my living and I love social media and sport
Re: Coward Generation . by Oghenerume(f): 7:44am on August 21
Hmmmmmm, wise talk, I hope parents will read this

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Re: Coward Generation . by iamtee(m): 7:44am on August 21

[ @Kimorarh143: ] Thanks for this vital information... Expect more from this good source

yeah

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Re: Coward Generation . by Success44(m): 7:45am on August 21
Partially true dear, but I think there are much change now

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Re: Coward Generation . by Oluwaseun(m): 7:47am on August 21
Tanks very very very much for ur updating I love that

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Olamide
Re: Coward Generation . by Toluseyi(m): 7:50am on August 21
That was the challenges we are facing i n the society today, too much Care

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Re: Coward Generation . by mrperfect(m): 7:59am on August 21
what is the meaning of coward?

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Re: Coward Generation . by AltineBagudo(m): 8:51am on August 21
Thanks for the information indeed keep us updated please refer.ng.com

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FARUKU
Re: Coward Generation . by Hamzatprofiles(m): 9:02am on August 21
Thanks for your advice and updating

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Re: Coward Generation . by Khalidyoung(m): 9:04am on August 21
Nice post man keep it up bro

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Youngk4real123
Re: Coward Generation . by EmmanuelVi(m): 9:29am on August 21
Owch it's a little bit touching, brilliant write up

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Emmanuel
Re: Coward Generation . by JasonEmmi(m): 9:29am on August 21

[ @Success44: ] Partially true dear, but I think there are much change now

yeah I think so too

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Re: Coward Generation . by tpompey(m): 9:37am on August 21
coward generation will have a very big problem

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Re: Coward Generation . by Conceptjimmy1(m): 9:46am on August 21
They allowed you to go to WAEC office to check your WASSCE result.

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Re: Coward Generation . by Davidjimmy(m): 9:48am on August 21
They only guarded and guided

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Re: Coward Generation . by Jaysea(f): 9:53am on August 21
this social media is shacking some people, who you calling coward?

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Re: Coward Generation . by wumicute(f): 10:19am on August 21
This write up is extremely right

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Re: Coward Generation . by kolawole(f): 10:21am on August 21
that is the generation we are in now ooo
May God help us to be want he wanted from us

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Re: Coward Generation . by Johnson(m): 10:28am on August 21

[ @johnson: ] Thanks for this vital information... Expect more from this good source

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Olaitan
Re: Coward Generation . by Moshoodkolawoleoalawale(f): 10:39am on August 21
Life don't get easy u enhance it.be confident and proud of your self

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Re: Coward Generation . by Yunus1(m): 10:51am on August 21
The coward up bringing led to suicide of many students in university this days, they were no brought to face the challenges of life instead they did everything for them

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Danga
Re: Coward Generation . by Chychuma(f): 11:19am on August 21
Exactly. Hard work does not kill but pays

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Re: Coward Generation . by Wash47(m): 1:59pm on August 21
Wonderful piece of interesting article which is also an excellent advice. Let those that have ears listen and heed to this pleasant advice

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Re: Coward Generation . by iamvickz(f): 3:52pm on August 21

[ @letloveead: ] Indeed a real coward generation as said

nice write up

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Re: Coward Generation . by Pboy9ja(m): 11:51pm on August 21
This seems to be a book abi its something else

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Re: Coward Generation . by Olubusayo1233(m): 12:47am on August 25
Some truth bro! This is very true, i can't agree less

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Re: Coward Generation . by Luqmon1778(m): 8:07am on August 26
These show the descrimination between poor man students and reach man.

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I am a hard working guy, I believe in reality, honesty and and trust
Re: Coward Generation . by Joscom(m): 9:11am on August 27
That is very good characters expecting from you as a wonderful

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Joshua
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