Veteran Nigerian comedian, Alibaba, has taken to social media to pray for children who will bring us to public awareness for good reasons.
A secondary school is a higher place of learning above the primary school where teenage students are taught core subjects as well as ways of life.
In many high schools, there are different kinds of students, the ones who are known for doing controversial things and getting in trouble or the star pupils who continually make parents and the institution proud.
Just recently, veteran Nigerian comedian, Alibaba took to his social media page via Instagram to celebrate a bright and award-winning student of Queens’ College.
The comedian also used the opportunity to pray for people to have kids who will bring them public awareness for positive reasons.
This came after he posted the photo of the Queens’ College student who appeared to have won some money in an academic competition.
In his caption, Alibaba wrote:
“There are many more reasons to celebrate our young teenage girls and boys across the country. Those who do not have a reason to be in school, or have a different reason for being there, shouldn’t bring bad image to the others who are there. May we have children that bring us to public awareness for the right reasons.”
See his post below: