Lady recounts how food she was cooking outside hostel room suddenly 'vanished'
- A lady, Tifemi, was taken aback after finding out that someone had stolen the food she was still cooking
- Narrating the horrible incident, Tifemi said that she decided to cook outside her room because the inside was stuffy
- Many tweeps in her comment section narrated the same experience they also had to deal with in hostels as students
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A Nigerian lady identified as Tifemi has taken to Twitter to narrate her ordeal of how she just suddenly could not find her food.
According to her, she took her camp cylinder outside her hostel room because of the heat inside to make some noodles.
After adding some spices and oil to the food, the lady went in to return them. On coming out to check her meal, the whole noodles were gone, scooped out of her pot.
Tifemi shared a picture of the frying pan that only had a few strands of the noodles left. The student vowed to escalate the matter the following day.
See her post below:
As of the time of writing this report, her tweet has over 1,000 retweets with more than 2,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions to her post:
"This reminds me of Akindeko hostel (FUTA) block C to be precise. You'd be cooking your beans jejely, another person would be the one to add pepper, palm oil and salt. Before you know what's going on, your beans is gone. I missed those days mehn."
"Ogogo said "gbogbo wa la ma je breakfast" he didn't mention dinner."
"The person no even allow the indomie water to dry sef. E collect am like that."
"Lol, for poly Ibadan? omo na regular something, we go laugh about am cos the next day we go do the person back or persons sha."
"Unilag boys! You can never catch us slacking like this. Carry everything you want to use at once, cos even your undone beans, they'll carry it for you and finish cooking in their room."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @dinma_x caused a massive stir after joining the "how it started vs how it ended" challenge.
Unlike many others that show relationship and career success stories, hers was how she finished a mountain of beans and drank almost a full bottle of zobo.
In the first frame of the photos she shared, she could be seen bespectacled, posing with a spoon dipped into the food.
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