Nigerian lady allegedly finds missing Nokia 3310 12 years later

Nigerian lady allegedly finds missing Nokia 3310 12 years later

A Nigerian guy on Twitter, @Eric_Tc24, has got online users talking after recounting an unbelievable story of how his sister saw her Nokia 3310 still switched on after 12 years.

In the said tweet, he claimed that his sister misplaced the Nokia 3310 phone back in 2006, but when she traveled for Christmas last year 2018, she found the phone in a corner in her room. And the part that got everyone talking is, he claimed she met the phone still switched on after 12 years with one bar of battery.

Nigerian lady allegedly finds missing Nokia 3310 12 years later

Nigerian lady allegedly finds missing Nokia 3310 12 years later
Source: Twitter

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LOL, is that even possible? This has thrown @Eric_Tc24's followers on Twitter into serious debate. Some are calling him the king of lies for the story which they all think it didn't happen. See the tweet and reactions to it below:

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Meanwhile, University of Uyo has banned its students from using wrist watches in examination halls. The memo circulating the subject matter was released to the university community and is to be effected from May 27, 2019. There are reports that the main cause of the action is the smart wrist watch which many have allegedly used for examination malpractice in the past .

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