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FG wants bullying in secondary schools to stop – Minister

Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, the Minister of State for Education said the federal governments will no longer stand to bully in the nation’s schools. 

This came as he said the damage the act does to the mental, social and psychological well-being of victims calls for concern. 

Hon. Nwajiuba,according to a statement by Mr Ben Bem Goong,the Deputy Director,Press,of the Ministry of Education, stated this in Abuja,at a training of over 100 young boys and girls on anti-bullying ,organised by a group under the guidance of “I am the Future of Nigeria Youth Initiative” in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Federal Capital Territory Authority, Nigeria Police Force and the Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC.

The minister stated that it is the responsibility of the entire society to ensure that they bring up children who know that every other child is very important.

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