A Nigerian student has cracked many up on the Internet after she revealed that she just got her identity card from the university a few months before her graduation.
The young woman identified as Motunrayo took to Twitter to reveal that she just got her I.D. card after beginning her Master’s study in 2023.
She showed a picture of her card which entailed that she was a student of the University of Ibadan, studying Epidemiology and Medical.
Moturanyo explained that she applied for the course in 2019, and started her study in 2020 but was just given her identification card to prove that she was a student of the university a month before her defense.
“I applied for my Masters degree 2019 and started the processing 2020. I’m glad to inform you that I was just given my Student I.D card in 2023 when my thesis defense is next month,” She said.
Reactions: Nigeria is doing well
The tweet had some sharing that her own situation was still better because they graduated without getting an ID card, others advised that she should delete the tweet as it might put her in trouble. See some comments below;
@DejineTweets: 😆 🤣 naija which way
@AgomohE: Congratulations Nigeria is doing well
@justcallme_bubu: 6 years in Uni and I haven’t gotten mine.
@OFFICIAL_TICEE: 😂😂 you go use am after you finish!!
@ElTeezy1: 🤣🤣😂🤣 since 2020? God abeg!! So what do they want you to do with it now??
@yeankhar: Lol you for graduate first before posting this sha.
@JoyeOlaide: I got my ID card 300l, UI is a mess😂
@Iam_mayorkush: dem fit no let you do thay defense o del am
@ibks001: Turn to the back, I’m sure this one sef is expired 😂
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Frustrated Nigerian graduate carries placard, begs for job by the roadside
Meanwhile, a frustrated Nigerian man, Kerker Orvande Cyprian, was pictured by the roadside holding a placard pleading with passersby to help him secure a job.
The Bachelor of Science (BSc) graduate, @iamflamezjnr, shared on Twitter that he has gone to several places to seek a job, but unfortunately, all his effort has been futile.
The man, without any idea what to do next, carried a placard that read, “Sir/Ma, pls help, I need a job, Bsc. Political Science, Thanks.”