Students in Nigeria are often faced with various challenges in the course of their studies. Some of these challenges include strikes and power outages.
A photo showing students alleged to be from Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife, Osun state has gone viral online.
In the photo, the students were seen using the light from a nearby ATM to read their books as they were preparing for their exams. They were doing so because there was a blackout on the campus.
See the photo below:
This is coming after Legit.ng shared the story of another student who attempted to use his mother for money rituals. His mother eventually developed stroke after catching her son in the act.
Read excerpts from the story below:
“They went to one babalawo(best in the game) . Babalawo asked their names, age , school and stuff, you know, getting to know his clients. He then told them that the spirits have heard them and they can go ahead with the rites.
He told the first guy that he would use his father, told the second guy that he would use his sister, told the third to go and bring a mad person and told my family friend that he'd use his mother. Without hesitation the 4 of them Agreed.
When they left, The Babalawo started thinking that this boys are too young (the oldest among them is 23) they attend expensive schools, they really do not lack anything, so what exactly are they looking for? Babalawo became hesitant (Holyspirit at work).
The babalawo then said he is going to evoke the spirit of his mother now for the final rite, he went in and brought the mother and asked the boy "Is this the woman that gave birth to you and the object of sacrifice... .... who would bring you money?"
The boy looking straight into his mother's face thinking it was her spirit and not the real her without hesitation replied "Beeni sir" The mother fainted immediately, it took 2weeks and 4days in the hospital before she regained her consciousness. Straight hypertension and stroke.
She is aware of everything that happened but it has gotten to her mentally that she's acting as if nothing happened.”
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