A lecturer at the University of Ibadan has rewarded students who attended his first class after the school reopened.
Dr. Bisi astounded students when he gave $100 to each of the few people who attended his lecture.
It should be noted that ASUU recently ended its eight-month-long strike, and higher education institutions have already asked students to return to classes.
Dr. Bisi, who works in the art department, called for lectures, but when he arrived, he found only 10 students.
He then gave each of them a $100 bill, and they decided to photograph the rare and unexpected moment.
A student who did not attend the class expressed regret for missing out on the cash prizes.
So… today that I didn’t go to class… Dr Bisi shared 100 dollar notes to everyone who came to class… whyyy,” the caption read
A Twitter user who shared photos on the microblogging site, wrote; ‘‘Ọmọ, one lecturer for art in University of Ìbàdàn give 10 students who attended his first class 100 dollar each. 😂😂😂”
Reacting, @CollinsObinno wrote; FG don show love na. Wetin you expect
@adeoyeadedamol5; I thought they have not paid them for 8months
@aystickz; You think all these lecturers depend on just salary from the government? Lmao
@Sheggz01; How much be him salary wey him go dey dash out such amount..person wey Dem never pay for over 8months
@IsaacsonAk; So e no fit do other things wey go give am mad money in those 8 months? You forget say Crypto, NFT even airdrops been give people mad money just this month alone?
@da_divah; Uncle Bisi. It’s very possible he did it. I remembered when he gave me 2 pairs of hose (black and nude color). I wore it till it tore . One of our best lectures in UI.