Which employer will hire this one

Which employer will hire this one

A graduating student of the Federal University of Technology Minna (FUTMINNA) Niger State, has joined a new trend which seems to be gaining grounds among fresh graduates of Nigerian institutions.

The young man was been spotted wearing a shirt which read, “Cheated in every exam” for his signing out, following the completion of his final exam.

This is coming days after University of Benin (UNIBEN) set up a panel to investigate a graduating student, Peace Ufuoma, for alleged malpractice.

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She had written; “aggressive malpractice brought me this far” on her sign-out T-shirt,

The school committee was given one week to submit its report to the Microbiology Head of Department.

Well, in the recent photo of the young man making rounds he could be seen smiling from cheek to cheek as he displayed the shirt with pride, not minding if there would be consequences.

Nigerians on social media were opposed to the man’s act and many expressed their displeasure.

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One user wrote; is like this one doesn’t want to graduate peacefully, why attract problems for urself bro???

Shearer Vincent Azih said; Stupidity @highest level

Another user commented; And when future potential employers come across this during background check, he will start wailing no employment

The Lone Ranger wrote; Yet another idiot

A social media user said; Foolishness. Which employer will hire this one?

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Mark okoye wrote; It’s a common knowledge that almost all students cheat in exams,in conspiracy with their lecturers. Why are we behaving as if this is news

Another said; Don’t tell me he’s an ibo man . If not I will slap this standing next to me.

One user added; Social media make people do dumb things . He’s a BIG FOOL!!!

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Aaron Cole

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