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Reflecting the analysis of Universal Primary Education here in Nigeria. As a Video advocacy producer researching on the accomplishment of UN MDG in Nigeria. I was opportuned to be consulted by the office of senior special adviser to the president of Nigeria on MDGS. We went round the country researching and shooting documentaries of MDG successes in Nigeria. I agree with your figure that the wealthy children are more in school than the poor children but their enrolment is not as a result of the MDGs. Here in Nigeria, Educational projects implimented under the MDGs are automatically sited in remote villages where primary school enrolment is low. The statistics of poor children enroled as a result of the MDGs is higher than the statistics of wealthy children that enroled in primary school as a result of the MDGs. This details is as a result of my field works and interviews of direct beneficiaries. Thank You.