- A Nigerian medical student has lamented about what he is going through on social media
- The individual while reacting to Davido’s birthday post to his son said he has remained in the same spot for years
- According to him, he has been in year 4 since the conception, delivery of Ifeanyi and has now witnessed the boy clock one
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A Nigerian medical student identified as Ibironke Adebayo on Twitter has complained about his current predicament on social media.
Adebayo had reacted to a post shared by singer Davido in which he penned a lovely message to his son, Ifeanyi, who just clocked the age of one.
The medical student noted that he was in year 4 when news broke that Davido was expecting his first son with Chioma Rowlands.
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Adebayo said that even after the baby arrived, he was still at the same level in school.
Now that Davido’s son has clocked the age of one, an aggrieved Adebayo noted that nothing has changed as he is still at the same level at school.
“Ifeanyi dey come earth, I dey 400 level Ifeanyi reach earth land for UK, I still dey 400 level. Now ifeanyi don clock 1 year wan start school, I still dey 400level...Baba God, is it until ifeanyi meet me for med school?”
See his tweet below:
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A lot of other students appeared to relate strongly with Adebayo’s frustrations.
Many were seen in the comment section giving personal experiences about how they have remained in the same spot due to the disruption of academic calendars.
One user said:
"Mine is graduate without clearance since 2019 till today, people in private schools have graduated and gone for service I'm still here waiting for clearance."
Read more tweets below:
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Some days ago, Legit.ng reported that the Nigerian lecturers' association, ASUU, made it clear that the 7-months-old strike is still ongoing.
An executive of the union, Profesor Olusiji Sowande, said talks are still ongoing with the federal government in a bid to resolve the issues behind the industrial action.
Sowande added that the government had not released funds to pay lecturers' earned allowance, contrary to claims circulating in some quarters.
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