- Social media users have frowned at a video in which a young man was heard mocking his secondary school teacher who drives an old car
- According to the young man, his grouse against the teacher is that he once told him he won't amount to anything in life while he was in school
- In the video, the said teacher was driving an old Mercedes 180 in a place said to be Benin, the Edo state capital
Some Nigerians on Instagram have frowned at a video seen on Instagram in which a young man was mocking his secondary school teacher who taught him years ago.
In the video, the said teacher was driving a Mercedes 180 which looked old, while the young man said he is driving a Lexus Jeep.
Young man who moved out of Nigeria 8 years ago and suffered abroad without food now pays people's rent
He was my SS1 teacher
According to the man, his grouse with the teacher is that he once told him he will not amount to anything in life.
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The video which has gone viral was said to have been recorded in Benin City, the Edo state capital.
The man wrote:
"See what my secondary school teacher is driving in 2022. He once told me I wasn't going to make it. Now, I'm driving Lexus. This life no just balance."
Watch the video below:
Instagram users react
"Don't ever look down on anybody and how you make it in life matters too."
"So you have made it because of used Lexus you drive."
"This is why and how our society was destroyed. Millionaires in the USA still drive these cars. Please Google Warren Buffet’s car and see what he has been driving."
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"Na Lexus them take dey make am for life?"
"You can actually change his car for him if you’re capable. Kindness start from oneself."
"Materialism is now the yard stick for measuring success, that's why there is high rate of crime and deep level of morale decadence. How did this guy not think that success also means that teacher producing students who can drive cars that he couldn't drive?"
School owner disappears with WAEC registration fees
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The students were said to have been stranded when they came to start their exams on the commencement date.
A notice on the gate of the school indicated that the school has been put up for sale.