Wonders shall never end!
A Twitter user by the name has revealed a scenario that happened at one of the prestigious universities in Nigeria, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna state,which was named after the first and only premier of the northern Nigeria on May 1, 2019, Workers' Day, was declared as a public holiday by the federal government.
According to the lady, undergraduates of the school were seen writing a test under the scorching sun of the northern Nigeria on a public holiday. She also shared photos of students sitting on the grasses and writing a test without tables or chairs.
Some of the students, from the photos, were seen taking shade under the available flowers in the open field.
Using the Twitter name @missHairan, the lady captioned the scene thus: "Welcome to ABU where people write test under hot sun on a public holiday!!!"
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Some Nigerians took to the comment section to condemn the act.
Some decided to see the comical side of the photos:
In another story, a young Nigerian lady studying abroad, Ife has claimed that she is a student at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. She is claiming to be a victim of racism and discrimination. She called on Nigerians and the world to come to her aid.
She also explained that many of the black students in the school also experience the same racist attacks. According to the chemistry student, some people in the school who discriminate against them are working together. She also claimed that they all work on covering their tracks.
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