- There was drama at the premises of Federal University of Petroleum Resources (FUPRE), Delta state as a man made it rain
- In a video making the rounds, students gathered at the foot of the building as they tried to catch the flying notes
- The video has sent social media into mixed frenzy with many slamming the lavish showcase of wealth
In what has been met with surprise from social media users, money rained on students of Federal University of Petroleum Resources (FUPRE), Delta.
This is thanks to a young man who sprayed cash from the balcony of one of the university buildings.
In viral footage shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, it was a free for all struggle by the students on the ground as they struggled to catch every flying note they could.
The students seemed not to care for onlookers who watched them atop balconies.
Without a careful look, one would assume the heavens rained money as the 'generous' sprayer seemed to also have good throwing skills.
It wasn't however stated the occasion that called for the cash spraying.
Watch the video below:
Social media reacts
"Omo! Make this people reach my school na..Na Ghana must go I take pack money go my lodge,i go go buy one bag of garri and sugar straight before Efcc come with their wahala."
"My friend graduated from this school. Uncle is now a cashier in UBA bank. He no see oil work do."
"Sapa dey... So pls leave them, my brother abeg pick it, so that u go fit chop.. U need food and strength to be the leader of tomorrow."
"Real manner. Who's spraying that money??? Efcc will soon come for you."
"But wait! How Buhari won take believe us say country hard like this ehn?"
Sky 'rains' cash on university students
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that the sky 'rained' money on Nigerian students as they marked their graduation in style.
In the trending video, 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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