UNN speaker stuck on board as he resolves physics question in viral video, students laugh Nigeria news
- Viral clip showing speaker believed to be UNN staff struggling to solve physics question has gone viral
- As the man struggled to move forward, some of his students filming him laughed a lot at his confusion
- Many Nigerians who responded to the video said that Nigerian lecturers act like demigods on campuses even when they don’t know everything.
A video showing a lecturer trying to solve a chemistry question in a classroom that appeared to be struggling has gone viral online.
In the clip shared by @ Instablog9ja, some students filming it said “physics, your mate?” as they all laughed loudly at the man’s confusion.
At one point, the man had to clean up what he had written on the board to trace where he must have gone wrong in his calculation.
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Watch the clip below:
At the time of writing, the video has garnered thousands of views with over 400 comments.
Legit.ng has compiled a few below:
“In the physics department, I was appointed for Unizik. After a year, I just entered FUTO with Food Science for the chef because you have to be warned. 80% physics student for FUTO without a degree.”
“The learning never ends, even though graduates, many of us can’t answer some questions related to our course, it’s just Nigerian lectures think they’ve been drinking from the same cup with Albert Einstein that they know everything. “
“Science subjects will embarrass you.”
@ l.tobiloba said:
“For him, it’s the romance of the board, the problem is the big pass. The physics are fun though.”
“I remember Mr. Ewumi, that adiabatic speaker who scattered our brains for Eksu that year.
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“My back-to-school teacher was never hit in quantum mechanics 3.”
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During this time, Legit.ng Previously reported that a young Nigerian, Nwogboji Emmanuel Usulor, had withdrawn his admission to his Masters in Forensic Accounting program after discovering some shortcomings in the course structure.
In an open letter made available to Legit.ng, the man said that it was always his desire to develop and that is why he had to resign from his job to concentrate on his studies.
He also revealed that after leaving his old company, Sanni Mohammed & Co, his employer blatantly refused to pay his wages.