- Students of Delta State Polytechnic, Ogwashi-Uku, will no longer be able to drive their cars within the school premises
- This is as a report surfaced that the school management has allegedly banned students' cars from gaining entry into the campus
- The school cited security reasons for taking such action, and Nigerians on social media have reacted to this development
Delta State Polytechnic, Ogwashi-Uku, has allegedly banned students from driving cars within the school premises.
A Twitter user with the handle @whoismorj took to the social media platform to share a photo of a banner informing students of the alleged ban.
According to the banner, students' cars are banned from entry due to security reasons.
Sharing the photo of the banner on Twitter, @whoismorj wrote:
"Students don dey oppress lecturer."
Reacting to the development, tweep with the handle @davic_obi wrote:
"I really don't get this though, are the students not paying their fees? is the school not meant for them and the lecturers? Is this the best way to solve an issue of parking space? Na wa ooooo!"
"Just hating on the exotic cars of students."
"Maybe they've been overspeeding and endangering the lives of other students."
"They should do same in my school. Not for other wise reasons o but they drive on high speed way too much and it’s annoying students will have to run for there dear lives."
"So students should walk to campus? Nigerians systems and structures are funny."
In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Adigun Adekemi Christy has taken to social media to disclose that she bought her husband a car and completed their house in 2020.
She shared pictures of the whip and house on a Facebook page and Nigerians flooded the comment section of the post to commend her.
The lady wrote on Rant HQ Extention:
"I surprised hubby with this car last year and also completed our house. He was so happy when it happened! All the praises to God!"