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Tèmítáyọ̀ Chinonso

And the classrooms quietly go back to being unswept.
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@ayosogunro And that my friends is why the 'developing country' label still fits. Misappropriated funds + poor reasoning = #EpicFail in nation building
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But finally, you realise the argument is leading nowhere. So, you pack your bags and leave the school because fuck that shit, you're done.
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School says: Transparency! Accountability! And you try to argue, again, that fraud is illegal. If donors are unhappy they can report you.
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You argue that, afterall, you don't have to be hiding something just because you don't want police in your house anytime they feel like.
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School says: 'You must have something to hide if you don't want us to control your projects'. You say: 'No, I simply value my autonomy here'
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The school says: Because you people steal money from your donors. And you say: then just suspend me if you know I'm stealing.
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You are like: WTF? I pay school fees is why I ask for transparency from the school. Why does the school want to approve the money I raise?
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The school starts shouting: Transparency! accountability! The school argues that you asked them for transparency too, so be transparent too.
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You're genuinely confused, 'Transparency to who?' Does the Nigerian govt report to Ghanaians? Is transparency not to the owner of money?
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At this point of money, the remaining 35 people who are not contributing money start supporting the school. They say: 'Yes, transparency'.
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The school says you ought to be accountable. You say 'what does this even mean?' the 15 people who give you money are happy with you.
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Also, the school says some people have been collecting money and misusing them. You say, why can't the school just punish those people?
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You protest that this kind of 'regulation' is too much for community projects by volunteers. The school says you're hiding something.
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Also, the school will start approving the persons involved in each project. Plus, the school will approve the projects to be done.
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At this point, the school authorities decide that they've had enough. Nobody should do projects unless they get daily clearance.
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Your success as the Great Classroom Cleaner inspires others to do projects. Some start gardening, dishwashing, tutorials. Regular beehive.
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Your 10 contributors are now 15, and they are putting in more money. You decide to start sweeping other classrooms too.
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You've now become so well known as the 'Great Classroom Cleaner', people are throwing awards at you. Awards come with more money.
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The next cleaning cycle when you want to expand operations, you check in with the authorities and get a certificate to proceed.
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So, they say, 'No, if you're going to be collecting money to buy brooms, you need to get permission from us'. You say, alright.
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At this point, the school authorities have heard that you've been collecting money from students. Instead of feeling shame, they get upset.
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A few weeks later, you need more brooms. This time, other people in the class feel guilty or impressed so they pitch in. 10 people total.
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So, you collect the money from 5 persons and buy a few brooms and one bin. You clean the class, but not to your satisfaction.
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Out of the class of 50, only 5 people agree to contribute. The others arw either broke or say the school should fix it. Fine, anyway.
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Of course, you will need money to buy brooms, soap cleaning fluid, bins. You volunteer to drop the first nairas and ask others to pitch in.
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So, you being a very innovative type suggests that members of the class can buy cleaning tools and take care of the issue themselves.
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Over time, the classroom gets quite dirty and requires cleaning, but even after complaints, the school authorities do nothing about it.
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You are a member of a class of 50 people, and everyday you all use this classroom for your academic lessons and recreational activity.
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Please stop the stupid 'accountability argument'. NGOs are primarily accountable to their donors/funders. Not to the govt. Let me explain.
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Thread. Don't be fooled. Different lines of accountability. NGOs to their donors. Companies to their shareholders Govt, to the people. twitter.com/ayosogunro/sta…
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From the same govt that feels NGOs and CSOs should be accountable to it for non-govt funds they raise. twitter.com/DoubleEph/stat…
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APC Governor Tambuwal pardoned 5 men accused of 15 billion naira Fraud and went further to give them political appointments. Good morning 😊
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@EmiNiTybaba @king_adze Style na Style.. Do it your own way so far u no kii person
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