Two 100-level students of the Taraba State University, Jalingo, have stirred hilarious reactions after cooking and sleeping in their matriculation gowns to fully maximize the N1,000 rental fee.
The undergraduates reportedly had their matriculation ceremony on Thursday, September 2, but they refused to return the gowns immediately because they had not expended the amount paid for renting the gowns.
One of the students, Sefanu Saaga, took to Facebook on Friday morning to share photos of himself sleeping and cooking in his matriculation gown and captioned it, “My N1k never finish”
A Facebook user also shared photos of another student of the same institution cooking and sleeping in the regalia.
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In other news, an abroad based Nigerian man has shared photos of food items his UK school provided, to support him while on quarantine.
According to the man identified as @OnyedikaAnambra on Twitter, he’s on a 10 day quarantine and the school provided him with the food items to alleviate the effect of the pandemic.
Sharing photos of the food item on the platform, he compared it to Nigeria where he alleged that the Governors are hoarding noodles from poor citizens.
“What my school in UK, provided to assist me cushion the effect of pandemic as I embark on 10 days quarantine. In Nigeria, the governors were hoarding packs of indomie from poor citizens”.