- A group of students who finished from Coal City University in Enugu had a field day as a student rained money on them
- Without any iota of pride, the graduating students created a melee as they helped themselves to the notes
- Many people expressed sadness at the situation, saying at a time when many countries are technologically advanced, Nigerians are still stuck in showing off
A viral video shared by @Instablog9ja has shown graduating students of Coal City University, Enugu in a frenzy as money rained on them.
In the clip that has stirred massive comments from Nigerians, the students struggled to pick as many of the notes as they could.
Students hailed him
A student in a green cloth and a bag strapped across his shoulder could be seen throwing money in the air.
He created a big environment of frenzy as his colleagues called his name and hailed him to high heavens.
Watch the clip below:
What kind of show-off is this?
As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 600 comments with more than 18,000 likes.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"When will all these nonsense stop na it doesn't make sense at all."
"Which money? Omo na snapchat filter I dey see."
"Aboki Suya sellers go recieve fake money tire."
"Moral lesson: a lot has changed about graduating students in Nigeria. Their counterparts in developed countries won't be doing this. How did we get here?"
"Money dey this yahoo business oh."
Sweet video shows students celebrating a cool lecturer on his birthday
In a similar piece, Briefly News reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @Mahmoud_Damisi has shared a video of agric economics students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) celebrating their lecturer's birthday.
During a lecture, the students burst into songs as the man stood in the aisle with a smiling face, amazed by what was going on.
With unmatchable energy, the students sang and clapped, saying: "May the good Lord bless you."
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