School as the institution noted to be the place for moulding children for the better future somehow seems more like stress to some children.
Some hate the idea of attending school since they may see their other colleagues having fun at home and would wish to join them while they play forgetting they will not remain kids forever and have to build their own future now at the expense of their playful moments.
There are children who wish they had the chance to attend school but because of certain conditions could not make it while some of those who have the chance to misuse those chances and end up regretting later on in life.
A small boy dressed in a Methodist uniform has been captured on camera in a video trending online jumping over a very tall wall with his school bag behind him.
It is not actually known where he is coming from and where he is going.
If a child as such begins to jump walls this high, what else relating to robbery will he not be able to do in some years to come?
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