Two years ago, before I went for service, I taught in a school that required that I commute from Lagos to Ogun state daily (I live in the suburbs).A growing commercial center straddles the boundary between the two states,called Tollgate. Then, because of the distance, I'd have to leave home as early as 6.30 am to get to my workplace on time. Then, I observed that I'd see teens most especially boys,standing around at different spots at Tollgate. They were many and from their clothing, you need not be told that they were street children. The sight sickened me because they looked too young to be on the streets and most mornings I'd spend my time in the bus worrying about their life.Questions like: who were their...

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