- A Nigerian man recreated memories with some of his primary school peers who they graduated together in 1967
- The man said that there were so many things to catch up on as some of them had long lost touch
- Tweeps expressed mixed reactions to the photos, saying some of the female students were not in hijabs
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @MYPD2020 has stirred many reactions on social media after he revealed that he had a memorable outing with his old primary schoolmates.
In a Twitter post on Monday, April 5, the man organised a get-together for his class peers. The man further revealed that they all graduated in 1967.
He revealed that since then, he had not seen some of them. According to him, their time together was such a memorable one as they had a whole lot of things to talk about.
In the first frame the man shared, his old friends posed for the camera in a black and white photograph.
See his post below:
As of the time of writing this report, his post has gathered over 3,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"No body is talking about the teachers, the two female teachers, dressed in ankara."
"And back then those little girls were not wearing hijab, no noise, no upheaval. Those little girls there are women of virtue today, but in this unfortunate age that we make hijab an issue, we have millions of women of low moral standard. Who can save Nigeria from this madness?"
"That will be a kind of good memories. But please sir's, make sure you work on your past errors if any, to leave a nation wide good legacies. God help you all."
"Good one! But Sir, what about the two female teachers in the 'school-group' picture are they still alive?"
"And no hijab for the females and all of a sudden, today, there is outcry. Anyway, hijab is just an Arabic tradition and not a religious one. That's why in picture you never saw anyone of the female folks putting it on."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that two friends showed that the best thing about friendship is helping each other to achieve mutual goals.
In a Twitter post on Tuesday, March 2, one of the friends with the handle @No4troublemaker shared a throwback photo of when they were students at the University of Benin (UNIBEN).
The second snap showed them in Munich, Germany several years later. What is obvious in both photographs was how their skins went from being dark to fair, making them look all fresh.
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Source: Briefly News