- News has emerged that the Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro turned back students who failed to wear undies to school
- However, people who have heard the story are trying to determine what criteria the school used to check and confirm undieless students
- A video seen online showed some student discussing the whole thing outside the school gate apparently when the checks were going on
Social media users are asking questions, trying to determine what criteria the Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro used to check which students failed to wear undies to school.
This started when a video emerged, alleging that the school was turning back students who came to school without undies.
Students seen standing outside school gate
A good number of students were seen standing outside the school gate, discussing the issue apparently when the show was going on. A voice from the video says:
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"No b*a, no entry. If you are wearing rugged jean you will not enter. If you are not wearing b*a you will not enter, if you are not wearing p@nt you will not enter."
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
Meanwhile, social media users are reacting to the video in hilarious ways. Here are a few of the reactions:
"How dem take know say them no wear b*a or p@nt."
"B*a I understand buh did they know about p@nt?"
"How do you attend lectures without wearing a b*a? This generation sha."
"Now my only question is how do they know your not wearing b*a talkless of even p@nt."
"Why will you go to school without b*a or p@nt. Shey naa olosho you wan go do abi?? That’s good for you guys."
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