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“Physics na your mate?,” UNN student asks, after his lecturer got stuck while solving a question

A video showing a lecturer trying to solve a Chemistry question in a class and seemed to be having a hard time has gone viral online.

In the clip shared by @Instablog9ja, some students filming him said “physics na your mate?” as they all laughed hard at the man’s confusion.

At a point, the man had to clean what he had written on the board to retrace where he must have gone wrong in his calculation.

At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered thousands of views with over 400 comments. compiled some of them below:

timblogga said:

“Na physics Department I been de for Unizik. After one year I just drop enter FUTO carry Food Science for head cos to be forewarned is to be forearmed. 80% Physics student for FUTO no de graduate.”

official_bobby_fredrick said:

“Learning never ends even as graduates many of us can’t answer some questions relating to our course, it’s just that Nigerian lectures think they drank from the same cup with Albert Einstein they know everything.”

dbull_17 said:

“Science subjects go embarrass you.”

@l.tobiloba said:

“For him to be romancing the board, the problem big pass am. Physics is fun though.”

loba_piper said:

“I remember Mr Ewumi that adiabatic lecturer wey wan scatter our brain for Eksu that year.”

Watch the video below:


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