ASUU Strike Victim: Lady Gives a Look into a Day in Her Life at Home Since the Strike, Video Stirs Reactions

ASUU Strike Victim: Lady Gives a Look into a Day in Her Life at Home Since the Strike, Video Stirs Reactions

  • A Nigerian student has given people an insight into how her day goes since she was forced to stay at home by reason of the ASUU strike
  • Capturing each key event on camera, the lady described herself as an ASUU strike victim and housemaid
  • She started her day with the Muslim morning prayers and wrapped it up with a sumptuous dinner of rice and beans

The ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike which meant students of public federal and state universities had to stay at home turned some scholars into content creators.

One of such students keeping themselves busy by engaging netizens with lovely contents is a lady with the handle @duro.limm.

ASUU strike, ASUU latest news, ASUU strike 2022, Nigerian students, END ASUU strike, ASUU
She described herself an ASUU housemaid. Photo Credit: @duro.limm
Source: Instagram

A day in the life of ''ASUU housemaid''

@duro.limm captured what a day looks like at home for her by recording a day's activities in a video.

Read also

Lady in US military uniform dances to Buga during work hours, lovely video stirs reactions online

Do you have a groundbreaking story you would like us to publish? Please reach us through!

The clip reposted by @yabaleftonline on Instagram started with the lady saying her prayers in the morning as a Muslim.

Afterwards, she made her bed and went to the kitchen to prepare breakfast of bread and eggs with hot tea.

The lady who now refers to herself as ASUU housemaid and ASUU strike victim went on to make spaghetti for her brother.

By noon, a female friend paid her a visit.

Thereafter, the scholar had her prayers again by 1:00 pm and had lunch of spaghetti with plantain after doing the dishes.

At night, she ate rice and beans for dinner.

Nigerian government doesn't value education, Halimat says

The self-acclaimed ASUU strike victim whose real name is Durowoju Halimat Ayomide told's Victor Duru she didn't actually delve into content creation because of the strike. She said it has always been in her.

Read also

Joy, excitement as Nigerian mum finally climbs a power bike for the first time, she throttles it hard in video

"Content creation has always been something I wanted to do and I found my niche to be food and lifestyle blogging. That video in particular happened to be my second daily vlog which is why I was really surprised that it got so much attention."

Sharing her thoughts on the ongoing ASUU strike, the civil engineering undergraduate of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) knocked the Nigerian government for trivalising education in the country. She said:

"It shows the irresponsibility of the Nigerian government because it deems that education is nothing but trivial to them."

Watch the video below:

Students found her situation relatable

@its_kaera said:

"Her content is nice and very relatable naw , I know because she didn’t use a rented apartment in lekki most of you will not like it."

@bankyhunter said:

"Did u not shyt and shower ?.we didn't see that part o... I love her content tho.. keep it up, Vlog no pass this one, before you know mama is swimming in money, make una dey laugh her o."

Read also

ASUU strike: My future children will never suffer in federal university like I did - Nigerian lady vows

@dipo_just said:

"Moral lesson! She is wife material. Uncountable yards! May God bless her with a man that ll appreciate her. Finish."


"You didn’t brush before you went to make the bread and egg? content creator isonu!"

@iam_deedi said:

"Government abeg!!!! Allow this children go school make I know how much I Dey spend for data, see wetin I use 3mb watch now."

Dad hits campus to drag son home after months of ASUU strike

Meanwhile, previously reported that a dad had stormed a university to take his son home as the ASUU strike lingers.

A video shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram showed the dad and son packing the lad's belongings into the car's boot.

While they were at it, students from the school's building could be heard trolling their colleague whose dad had come to drag him home.

They took to turns to highlight the house chores and duties he'd be occupied with as he returns home.


Online view pixel