Dear friends and followers, Let's talk about: Education inequity in Nigeria. Despite being one of the largest and most populous countries in Africa, Nigeria struggles with providing quality education for all of its citizens, particularly those from disadvantaged and marginalized communities. According to data from UNESCO, only about 60% of primary school-age children in Nigeria are enrolled in school, and the dropout rate is alarmingly high. Those who do manage to complete their primary education often face significant challenges in transitioning to secondary school due to a lack of resources and infrastructure. This education gap has far-reaching consequences, as it perpetuates the cycle of poverty and inequality in Nigeria. Children who do not receive a proper education are less likely to succeed in life and contribute to their communities, while those who do have access to quality education are more likely to succeed and break the cycle of poverty. I believe that education is a fundamental human right and that every child deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential. We must take action to address the inequities in the education system in Nigeria and ensure that all children have the opportunity to succeed.