Heroic lecturer captures hearts as she backs her student's baby in a 3-hour class (photo)

Heroic lecturer captures hearts as she backs her student's baby in a 3-hour class (photo)

- A Twitter user @Annakhadejah has shared details of how her mum who is a university professor assisted a student with caring for her child while lecture was on-going

- According to her, her mum who was taking an anatomy class backed the student's baby throughout the 3-hour lecture

- The photo of the kind lecturer has gone viral on social media with most people heaping praises on her

A photos of a university lecturer backing her student's child while teaching a three-hour class has gone viral. Twitter user @Annakhadejah shared the photo in which she revealed that the kind-hearted lecturer is her mother, who displayed her proud African motherhood heritage.

In the photo, the lecturer who was taking anatomy class can be seen backing the most adorable baby. It was gathered that the mother of the child had no choice but to bring her baby to school and to help her concentrate, the lecturer offered to carry the baby.

The lecturer who also had to teach rekindled her African motherhood heritage by putting the child on her back and the little one instantly fell asleep and everyone could learn easily.

Here is the post below:

The incident which happened in Georgia, USA had many social media users dropping comments. Most of them heaped praises on the lecturer for being selfless and some others who had been in her class agreed that she is an amazing teacher.

Here are some reactions below:

In like manner, a kindhearted lecturer has proved that some men are not afraid to do chores or help out women who need their help even though it has to do with taking care of babies.

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