10 Photos That Sum Up The Difference Between Public And Private Schools In Nigeria (Photos)

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Nigerian schools are either public or private.

The public schools are owned by the government while the private schools are owned by inpiduals or missionaries. Typically, one who attends a public school is an “ajepako” and the ones who attend private schools are referred to as “ajebotas”. Public And Private Schools In Nigeria


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Here are ten photos that basically show you the difference between these two schools:

1. School Fees

Private: Break the bank.

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Public: Pay for uniform and come to school to learn.


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2. Uniform

Private: Cardigans, blazers, always good

Public: Check shirts and mostly rough


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3. Teachers

Private: Well groomed teachers. Rarely miss classes

Public: Regular missing of periods or making them indulge in cheap labour. Lots of burden on teachers too.


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4. What Free Periods Mean

Private: Study or nap time

Public: Make noise all over the school




5. Fun School Activities

Private: Excursions, field trips from time to time.

Public: Once in a blue moon. Hardly happens.


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6. Strikes in Public And Private Schools In Nigeria

Private: Never affect

Public: Will always affect them.


7. Building

Private: Well built, well aerated with beautiful landscape

Public: Uncompleted, dilapidated buildings


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8. Libraries and Laboratories in Public And Private Schools In Nigeria

Private: Well equipped with recent materials

Public: Rarely equipped or items are out of stock




9. Freedom in Public And Private Schools In Nigeria

Private: Walled and tight security. Students are expected to compose themselves too


Public: All the freedom.


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10. Population

Private: Fewer in the class

Public: A lot of students in a class.

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Which other differences do you recall? Public And Private Schools In Nigeria

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