Reactions have trailed a social media post by special Adviser to President Buhari, Femi Adeshina, where he shared an image, showing pupils in Katsina carrying a cardboard with grammatical blunders as they praised President Buhari for feeding them and their fathers.
A video of Youth of Damongo town in the country on Monday, rejecting bags of rice sent to them by Samuel Abu Jinapors of New Patriotic Party, who represents their constituency in the parliament have made the rounds.
Meanwhile, young North Koreans have been warned they must follow traditional lifestyles and adhere to the country’s dialect. The secluded state’s official newspaper made the demand in a column as Pyongyang tries to eradicate cultural influences from South Korea.
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