- A graduate of the University of Maiduguri, Kawu Malami has been seen pushing and selling water in a truck
- Kawu who studied Agricultural and Environmental Resources Engineering was reportedly seen plying the trade in Taraba state
- Photos of his certificate bearing UNIMAID has emerged online with at least one Twitter user saying Kawu was his roommate
Photos of a Nigerian graduate pushing water in a truck in Taraba state have gone viral on Twitter.
The man identified as Kawu Malami studied Agricultural and Environmental Resources Engineering at the University of Maiduguri.
He has other qualifications
The photos of the man were shared by a lady identified as @_hafsat_paki who also included pictures of his credentials.
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One of the credentials is that of a Bachelor of Science in Engineering issued on the 15th of January 2015 by UNIMAID and it truly bears Kawu's name. He made a Third Class.
Also, there is a Private Teachers Certificate issued in 2001 by the National Teachers Insitute, Kaduna.
Kawu also possesses a certificate in Computer-Aided Design issued in 2009 by the University of Maiduguri.
Selling water for survival
Sharing the photos, @_hafsat_paki wrote:
"This is Kawu Malami, a graduate of Maiduguri state university. Malami studied Agricultural and Environmental Resources Engineering but is now selling water in Taraba state for survival."
Someone who reacted claimed that the man was his roommate while another said the man left his job in Bauchi and went to Taraba.
Legit.ng contacted Sulayman Abubakar who claimed that Kawu was his roommate at UNIMAID. He confirmed the story.
"We were admitted into the university in the same year in 2005 into part 1 science (100 level). During this period, we were allocated into the same hostel block called Titanic. Since then, I have not set my eyes on him. Just recently, I saw a post on Twitter and I was shocked."
See the tweet below:
Nigerians react to post about Kawu
"This is my roommate!"
"This is what the society has turned Nigerians to. This is the reason why you see other regions clamouring for a better leader for this nation."
"His condition is bad for a graduate, yes. But come to think of it. How many people are in a similar situation or worse. I commend him for not being idle waiting to be employed by OUR BELOVED GOV'T."
"This person you posted is from my Local government in Bauchi state and he is working with Local Education Authority and he is on Level 12, he left his job to go to Taraba."
Female shoemaker shows off her skills, says it's family legacy
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a female shoemaker showed off her great skills online.
According to the lady named Edna Frimpong, shoemaking is a family legacy because she learned the skill from her father.
Edna who is an ND holder is equally pursuing a degree from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.