Unilag hostel turns to waterfall after water reservoir crashed (video)

Unilag hostel turns to waterfall after water reservoir crashed (video)

Stories of inconducive university hostel environments have occasionally made the rounds on social media and the latest one is from the University of Lagos.

A social media user identified as @Uniksounds, recently took to popular micro blogging platform Twitter, with a video post of an ugly incidence that occurred in one of the student residents in Unilag.

In the video, a student room reportedly situated inside the Makama hostel in the learning institution was heavily flooded with a downpour of water.

The flooding had occurred after the alleged crash of a water reservoir which was installed on top of the building.

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Sharing the post on Twitter, the user said: "Unilag what's the way na... Why will they treat students like trash??? What kind of nonsense is this???"

See his post below:

Unilag hostel turns to waterfall after water reservoir crashed (video)

Screenshot of the video showing the downpour in the room. Photo: @uniksounds
Source: Twitter

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Some social media users took to the comment section to react to the video, with many wondering how such could have happened.

See reactions below:

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