- A Nigerian man has caused huge stir on social media with the manner in which he celebrated graduating from university
- The Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) graduate named Vincent Opara rocked a white polo with a weird inscription
- The signing out polo he wore bore an inscription that reads: "Even with evil uncles, I still graduate''
A Nigerian man had caused huge stir on social media as he went overboard with celebration marking his graduation.
The Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) graduate identified as Vincent Opara wore a white polo to be signed on, a ritual commonplace in Nigerian universities.
His however bore a weird message on it.
In photos he shared on his Instagram page, Vincent's polo reads:
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"Even with evil uncles, I still graduate."
Photos shared by @instablog9ja also captured the elated man rocking the polo proudly as he struck poses with fellow graduands.
Mixed reactions trail his mockery of 'evil uncles'
Some persons frowned at the inscription as a further call for trouble from the uncles.
"You cant graduate jeje and go home abi? they will go and activate there juju now."
"Its one thing to graduate and its another thing for village people to make you jobless for 20 years."
"Not easy being an uncle, get to that point and see things for yourself. Grow up man."
"Oyanu welcome to labor market where the struggle begins."
"Lay low o lay low ooo I don tell u my own..congratulations."
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UNIBEN graduate speaks on the irrelevance of master's degree
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a UNIBEN student had expressed his opinion on the irrelevance of master's degree as he wrote his final papers.
In the clip shared by @Instablog9ja on Instagram, he and other students had markings on white shirts that show it must have been on their sign-out day.
The man speaking directly into the camera filming him said:
"Na mumu dey do masters. Go and hustle. Enter Ghana, enter Ghana."
There were some murmurs and words of agreement from others in the video as the man laughed after every sentence.