- Students of Bingham University who signed out of university have become the talk of the internet following the manner they left campus
- In a viral video, the well dressed students were picked up by a white limousine amid stirs from stunned onlookers
- As against the popular trend of having a white signing out shirt, the graduands looked dapper in suits and glowing regalia
Graduating students from Bingham University have raised the bar on signing out style.
In an Instagram video shared by @instablog9ja, the students were picked up by a Limousine ride.
The students wore regalia with some wearing suits as they cruised out of campus in the white whip.
None wore the white shirt with inscriptions that characterizes signing out from Nigerian universities.
People stopped to stare as the 'big boys' drove past.
Social media users react
"This is very classy not the one others are doing. If you check well am sure their parents paid for it."
"Abuja be taking Nasarawa state’s glory since the time of our forefathers. It’s not fair sha. That university is located in Nasarawa state if we want to speak the truth."
"Lol Hummer stretch , the make money quick pandemic is spreading slowly, very soon Ss3 students will start spraying cash and hiring big cars after WAEC. A society where money is worshipped automatically breeds criminals. No !!!"
"Looks more like High school kids on their valedictory service.
"University graduation party ended wen real men left school and that was 1995- 2005."
"The painful part of this is that the young guys will start all over again to HUSTLE after NYSC. Someone please tell students how the street is."
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Sky 'rains' money as students celebrate graduation from university
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that it rained money on campus as students celebrated graduation in style.
In the clip that has stirred massive comments from social media users, the students struggled to pick as many of the notes as they could.
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.
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Source: Briefly News