- A lecturer was given a pleasant surprise on the occasion of his 60th birthday that got him so emotional
- In a heartwarming video, the male academic was seen wiping tears that formed at the corner of his eyes as he addressed the students
- He went on to shower prayers and well-wishes on the students as he appreciated their gesture towards him
A lecturer was shown how important he meant to his students as he received surprise gifts from them on his birthday.
The unidentified lecturer in an Instagram video shared by @instablog9ja was overwhelmed with emotions at the sight of the gifts that were placed on his lecturing lectern.
He prayed for the students and appreciated their kind gesture just as he wiped tears off his eyes. The students responded with an 'Amen' to his prayers at a setting that appeared to be a lecture hall.
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Social media reacts
"Na lecturer wey do normal, go collect. Make the rest of you, go meet school admin."
"Aawww he sounds like a good man. All my lecturer did was call us useless and say we can never make it."
"Is a father to d students and considerate not like d Oluriburuks female lectures in okuku."
"Awwww...he must have had very good influence on them. God bless him and his students who showed appreciation."
Students rain cash on lecturer as they celebrate him
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that graduating students of a university had celebrated their lecturer by raining cash on him.
In a video shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram, some natively dressed fellows sang, while others danced with the academic identified as Prof AM Etse.
The overwhelmed lecturer received the surprise with smiles as he gesticulated as if trying to calm them down.
Social media users thought the lecturer must have been kind to have received such a gesture from his students.
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Source: Briefly News