- Delta State University is in the news after a copy of its recent examination paper made rounds on social media
- This is as the examination question was set after a popular Instagram comedian identified as Black Kamaru
- The creative writing question which was allotted 30 marks had an interesting instruction which the students were mandated to follow in answering it
Popular Instagram comedian Black Kamaru was the face of an examination question in the recently conducted examination in Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka.
A photo of the examination question was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja and generated hilarious reactions
The question which featured the 'so you want to see crazy' slang crooner was allotted 30 marks.
The composition of the examination question
The examination question in part bearing the face of popular Instagram Comedian Black Kamaru read thus:
"Scrutinise this picture, and deduce a theme subject matter. Organize your well thought interpretation into an epistemologically fitting creative composition.
"The title of your piece must suffice as a fitting caption."
@oti_da_modiste reacted to the question paper saying:
"Even me that studied English and Literary studies do not understand all that grammar."
"Na why Robert Kiyosaki warn us say school na scam. How this one wan take make us billionaires?"
"It’s a creative writing , I should be able to pen down something."
Student fails exam question after ticking Wizkid as answer
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young student had failed a NECO exam question after choosing Wizkid as an answer.
In a post on Tuesday, June 1, a man with the handle @BigMike_999 revealed that his younger sister went for Wizkid as the correct option to one of her creative and cultural art questions.
The question asked who is the king of Afrobeat and had Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Michael Jackson, Goerge Benson, and Lagbaja as options.
@BigMike_999 said that his sister's obsession with the Smile crooner made her fail the question. Many Nigerians flooded his comment section.