- Students in a Nasarawa State University class couldn't believe their eyes as their lecturer showcased his dance skill
- The academic in native wear did accurate steps on the stage as he vibed hard to Kizz Daniel's hit song Odoyewu
- Students and netizens who saw the clip showered encomiums on the man, describing him as the lecturer of the year
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An unidentified Nasarawa State University lecturer showed his students another activity he was good at, apart from teaching, with his dance performance.
The man was recorded excitedly dancing hard to Kizz Daniel's hit song Odoyewu in class.
A TikTok page @ciroomafadeelarh that shared the clip hailed the lecturer for 'understanding the assignment.'
In the clip, the energetic lecturer showed off accurate dance steps as he kept up with the song's tempo.
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He twisted, turned and did leg dance moves to the amazement of his students, who screamed at the top of their voices.
Watch the lovely video below:
Social media reactions to video of dancing lecturer
brown sugar said:
"See jumping on my bed, more excited than the audience. God Alhamdulillah life is for the living. one life to live."
Adeyemo Sheriff299 said:
"Na November Salary Wey FG Paid Full Na Im Make Oga Lecturer Dey Happy."
Katemandy Onuminya said:
"Lecturer of the year @NSUK don’t forget to give him his award oooOo."
Tayo Aduloju said:
"I commend you sir for this practical. This is one of the easiest ways to learn. Too much vibe. Soar Higher & happier."
"Is this really UNN. Omoooooo things have changed oooo.
"See as I am smiling like Mumu. This kind lecturer, his exams will be so hard ehnnn."
"Wooooow. This is how lecturers should allow people's life soft, life is not hard but people are going through a lot already."
"Too much vibe."
Lecturer dances during convocation
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported a thrilling video of a lecturer dancing in style.
The academic don danced so excitedly when the school had its convocation, attracting the attention of other attendees.
The lecturer who was putting on agbada was dancing all alone and occasionally paused his dance moves to talk to a man standing beside him as if to invite him to join the show.
His moves were unconventional and very hilarious. He turned around many times, even as he clutched a brown envelope in his left hand. At a point, the crowd roared in laughter.