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Nigerians Reacts As Father Scolds Son Over Poor Grades After Paying $21K School Fees [Video]

A furious dad has unleashed his anger on his sons after he failed woefully in his exams.

Nigerians are currently reacting to a viral video thats shows a father simply identified as George, scolding his son over poor result, after paying $21,680 tuition fees for the boy at the American International school located in Lusaka, Zambia.

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In the video, the angry father could be seen slapping his son multiple times because he couldn’t secure a good grade in eight subjects in his exam despite paying a fee totaling $21,680 which equals N8,455,200 in Nigeria currency.

Copies of the result shows that the boy had got an A grade only in Music, Credit in Geography, absent during English Language and Mathematics exams, while he failed the remaining four subjects.

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The result, which undoubtedly disappointed George, prompted him to bitterly scold his son, and even went ‘physical’ on him while the mother of the boy was occasionally heard begging her husband to stop, as she records the video.

The video has sparked mixed reactions from Nigerians on social media.

 

UPDATE: “Come And Adopt Him” – Angry Zambian Dad Mr George Mambezi Replies Those Criticising Him For Scolding His Son over poor result, after paying $21,680 tuition fees for the boy at at the very expensive American International school of Lusaka, Zambia.

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