Chibarth Private School

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Merry Christmas and happy new.

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Chibarth private school sport time.
Our learners love and enjoy sport a lot.

01/06/2022

Happy new month everyone. Welcome to the month of June. Exercise is good for the body.

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Happy Children’s Day to Chibarth private school learners and children all over the world.To day is a special day for them .
Please let’s celebrate them. They bring so much joy and happiness to their parents, schools, community and the society at large.
May God continue to uphold, protect and preserve them in the name of Jesus amen. May God increase them in knowledge, wisdom and understanding.

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04/05/2022
04/05/2022

One Thousand Women in One. CHIEF Funmilayo Ransome Kuti: The Lioness Who Sacked The Alake Of Egbaland In 1949

* The 7th Alake of Egbaland, Oba Samuel Ademola relenquished his throne on the 3rd of January 1949 after a long disagreement with the Egba women.
* The movement by this women was led by Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti and her sister in law who happens to be Wole Soyinka’s Mother, Eniola Soyinka.
In 1946, after a lot pressure, there was a mass refusal to pay tax by the Abeokuta Women Union but the Alake Of Egbaland and British Authorities simply responded by increasing the tax rate for women which resulted in hundreds of women marching to the Palace.
On getting to the palace, Alake’s response was that if there was any woman who felt the tax was too high, they should appeal individually.

So in January 1946, after several struggles that included the refusal to pay tax for two different years, Funmilayo was arraigned and banned from entering the palace for insulting the Alake and British Colonialists who supported the move.
Four months after her ban, the Egba women at this point were ready to do away with the Alake and make their demands by all means. Their demand was simply that the Alake should be removed from office. So they demonstrated on the streets of EgbaLand undressed which was a Taboo in the Land.
As soon as they got to the palace, the district and resident officials of the the British Government were not allowed to leave the palace.

Meanwhile, as they protesting, they sang in Yourba:
“Alake, for a long time you have used your male part as a mark of authority that you are our husband. Today, we shall reverse the order and use our female part to play the role of a husband.”

In a bid to cool things off, in June of the same year, the Alake of Egbaland travelled to Jos for holiday. In his absence, he appointed a special committee to look into the women’s complains and he also went further to suspend all women taxation. He even agreed that the women should have a representative in the central committee.
Unfortunately, it was a little too late because the women were no longer interested in his efforts to please them and they insisted that all they wanted was the renouncement of his throne, so their demonstration continued.
When Alake returned, as a hope of good fate he resigned his position as the head of the Sol Native Authority but these strong women of Egbaland insisted that he renounced the throne and still continued in their demonstrations.
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After this, the Egba Chiefs and members of the Egba Native Authority passed a resolution against the Sole Native Authority system and the “then” Alake was charged with corruption and abuse of power, so he was rejected as King.
On the 3rd of January,1949, the Alake abdicated the throne and the women struggles for years yielded a Postive result. Therefore, Funmilayo and three other women from the Abeokuta Women executive council were all appointed to the Egba Central Council that replaced the Sole Native Authority. The women taxation system was also cancelled.
After the success of the Abeokuta Women Union, Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti expanded the union across the fedration in Lagos, Calabar, Enugu, Abba, Kano, Benin and Ibadan. So the Union’s name changed to Nigeria Women Union.
Education, Marriage and Family
Funmilayo was brought up by parents that knew the importance of education and she became the FIRST female student to have attended the Abeokuta Grammar School( she was called beere for this).After completing her studies in Abeokuta, she moved to England for more Education before returning to Nigeria to become a teacher.
She was married to the first president of the National Union of Teachers, Reverend Israel Oludotun Ransome-Kuti. The marriage produced 4children; Olikoye, Beko, Fela and Dolapo.
African History Archive

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Chibarth private school sport day activities.

11/12/2021

Chibarth parents game time. It was really fun, entertaining and enjoyable.

11/12/2021

Our teachers are so so so happy after the party. It can only be God. Chibarth private school school is blessed with hardworking caring and loving teachers.

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Chibarth private school school Christmas party ended in praise. All glory be to God

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11/11/2021
11/11/2021

Primary 3 learners taking the role of a teacher on teachers day

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More post on teachers day at Chibarth school

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2021 teachers day at Chibarth private school.

11/11/2021
11/11/2021

Botanical names of some fruits by primary 3 learners of Chibarth private school school.

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Fruits day at Chibarth private school .

11/10/2021

Happy world girl child day to all the girls in the world.

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Happy Independence Day celebration from all of us at Chibarth private school. Celebrating Nigeria 🇳🇬 @61.

01/10/2021

Happy Independence Day from all of us at Chibarth private school school.

Photos from Chibarth Private School's post 30/09/2021

It was great at Chibarth private school as we had our vocabulary day today. It was really fun, interesting and educative.

12/09/2021

Good day our highly esteemed parents be informed that school resumes tomorrow 13th of September 2021 . Our seasoned and hardworking teachers are ready to welcome our fantastic, great, beautiful and handsome learners back to school.

05/09/2021

Happy weekend to our dear parents/ guardians . Please be informed that school will be resuming on Monday 13th September 2021 for the next academic session.
Admission is in progress.

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