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“Something You Struggled To Sign” – Nigerians Reacts as UNILAG Law Attendance Sheet Is Used For Suya

A Law attendance sheet of the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos went viral on Social media after it was used to sell Suya on the Street.

A Nigerian man bought suya and when he got home, he discovered that an attendance sheet was used to wrap the meat with names and Registration numbers of Public International Law Student.

In the photo that was posted on Instagram by @yabaleftonline, there were names, matric numbers, and signatures of students on the attendance sheet.

The man who bought the suya was surprised that the meat he bought was wrapped with an attendance sheet from UNILAG.

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Sharing the photo, @yabaleftonline wrote:

“Una wey Dey always carry attendance for head, na hin be this.”

Many Nigerians on social media soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on it.

Reacting, an Instagram user with the handle @cutekimani said:

“See Oladotun signature as e long like say he wan go use am for CBN.”

@n.a.d.i.d_ wrote:

“Where the hell di they get their suya paper from dust bin?”

@onughadaniel commented:

“It’s this same faculty that wouldn’t let you write exams if you don’t meet the required attendance quota.”

@rensol01 said:

“I remember that guys name and signature.”

@iamyourgpy_vibes wrote:

“Please don’t stay away from lecture hours… Blessings.”

ALLSCHOOL TEAM

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