UG online class goes wrong as student gets captured on video sleeping

UG online class goes wrong as student gets captured on video sleeping

- A university student has been captured on video sleeping during an online lecture

- The young man named Julius was spotted relaxing on his bed and in deep sleep whilst the lecturer taught a hot mathematics-related course

- Some schools started holding online lecturers as the government of Ghana shut down schools

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A hilarious footage that appears to be from an online lecture at the University of Ghana has surfaced as a gentleman identified as Julius was captured relaxing on his bed and sleeping.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Dailycelebritiesnews.com, it is clear that the particular course being taught at the time was full of calculations.

This makes Julius' composure rather interesting as Mathematics is known to be a 'hot' subject that keeps sleep away compared to courses that involve much reading.

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Perhaps, the funniest part of the whole incident was how the lecturer reacted immediately he spotted the student in deep sleep.

The unnamed lecturer stopped in the middle of a statement and said, "see how Julius is 'relying' on his bed as if he is a cat. He is even sleeping."

Although Julius' action may not be so appropriate, it has certainly turned him into an online sensation as the video is going viral at a fast pace.

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Due to the sustained ban on social gatherings by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to help contain COVID-19 spread, schools are still closed, which has forced many institutions to conduct online lectures.

In another report, Ghana has recorded 403 more cases of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, sending the total number of confirmed cases to 2,074 from the previous 1,671 recorded.

According to the official website of the Ghana Health Service, the total number of recoveries, as well as deaths, have also changed to 212 and 17 respectively.

88% of all the cases reported have not had any travel history as only 12% have been traced to have some evidence of travel.

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