- Students of University of Lagos has revealed how much they spend on a daily basis
- In a TikTok video, some students said they spend as high as 5000 naira per day while others said they spend just 3000 naira
- There are also group of students who do not go as high as the rest who admitted they only cough out just a thousand naira or 300 naira daily in school
PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!
The University of Lagos (Unilag) is one of the most prestigious and popular universities in Nigeria.
It is known for its academic excellence, research and alumni who have attained greatness in various fields.
The cost of being a student of Unilag
PAY ATTENTION: Share your outstanding story with our editors! Please reach us through email@example.com!
The video, which has gone viral on social media, shows different responses from different students, ranging from 1000 naira to 5000 naira.
Some students said they spend as high as 5000 naira per day, which is equivalent to about 12 US dollars.
For some students, this amount is enough for their basic needs, such as food, transportation and recharge cards.
There are also a group of students who do not go as high as the rest who admitted they only cough out just a thousand naira daily in school.
The TikTok video has sparked a lot of reactions from Nigerians online, who have commented on the varying lifestyles and spending habits of Unilag students.
Some praised them for being smart and prudent, while others criticized them for being extravagant and wasteful.
Watch the video below
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Precious na d confirm babe.na only she no lie."
"Precious no Dey chop?"
"Why the attack on Precious nau."
"Dem suppose to dey sponsor precious."
Rich Nigerian Man takes CLA 45 AMG Benz worth over N24m to Unilag
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that A young Nigerian man, @habbyfx, who trades forex, gathered massive reactions online when he shared a video capturing the moment he took his 2021 CLA 45 AMG to the University of Lagos.
Still seated in the expensive car, many students gathered around, touched it and admired the young man's wealth.
There were also security officials around the vehicle, trying to restore calm. Many people tried to guess the price of the automobile.