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How to curb school bullying

By Guardian Exclusive
13 March 2022   |   5:09 am
Cases of physical abuse, bullying, and molestation are becoming rampant in Nigerian schools. These heinous acts, though, are not only perpetrated by students on their fellow students, but also by those handed the responsibility of nurturing these scholars – their teachers and guardians.

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