- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to recount a funny experience
- Idede Osayande explained how he rediscovered a missing test script from his former school
- The script had been used to sell him roasted plantain commonly called ‘bole’
Many times, people on social media joke about keeping their important documents safely so it would not end up being used by food vendors to sell their wares.
On a few occasions, some people are lucky enough to recover these missing documents after it had been used to sell street food.
Just recently, a man on Twitter identified as Idede Osayande, took to the microblogging application to recount how a test script from his former school was used to sell him food.
According to Idede, he stopped to buy bole at Ogbese en route Akure and discovered that the paper used to wrap it was a student’s test script from his alma mater, FUTA.
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See his tweet below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that BBNaija 2018 star, Leo Dasilva, revealed on Twitter that he did not participate in the recently held Lagos Fashion Week because they wanted to pay him with exposure.
Leo added that since he is exposed enough, he opted out of the deal.
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