- A Nigerian lecturer is at the centre of social media trolling after he was filmed unawares during lectures
- The unidentified academic appeared to be confused as the maths problem he had written on the board seemed difficult to solve
- The viral clip has generated hilarious reactions among Nigerians on the internet
A Nigerian lecturer is being trolled on social media after a video of him during a lecture emerged.
In the clip shared on Twitter by @Naija_PR, the unidentified academic appeared to have written a maths problem on the board in the course of a lecture.
As if unsure of what was on the board and in split seconds of embarrassing silence, the lecturer took some steps backward while he looked at the board sternly with his right hand over his mouth.
The 12 seconds video, which has been seen by over 10k persons, generated diverse comments.
While many passed mockery remarks about the lecturer, others noted that the situation in the country was enough to make anyone confused.
"Baba get too much for head already...he normal oo."
"The person that was videoing don't even know anything about the calculation if not the person would have use that time to correct the professor,pls let stop posting everything on social media."
"Na so them dey do kan set yeye question for exam."
"He reach to confuse for this kind country..."
"The situation of things in this country sef fit affect person...
"God no go shame us o."
"Baba no wan spoil show
"He use 2mins to think that he never collect salary."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lecturer had carried a little baby while the mother of the kid received lecture.
In the video that was shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram, the Western Delta University lecturer walked around the classroom as the lecture went on and the baby did not interrupt the flow.
He dictated a note to the students just as the baby appeared to be enjoying the atmosphere.
Social media users were impressed with the lecturer's kind gesture and took to the comment section to rain praises on the unidentified academic.