Student refuses to return matric gown he rented for Ghc80, sleeps and cooks in it in protest, many react

Student refuses to return matric gown he rented for Ghc80, sleeps and cooks in it in protest, many react

  • A student has expressed his displeasure at the high cost of renting matriculation gowns in an interesting manner
  • In photos making rounds on social media, he was seen preparing meals as well as going to bed in his academic gown
  • The displeased student, it is said, stated that something that was rented for 5k cannot be returned that same day

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A university freshman has got many talking as he protested the high cost of getting gowns for matriculation ceremonies in institutions.

The unidentified student, in photos shared in Igbo Rant HQ Facebook group, attempted to overuse the clothing material.

Reactions as student wears matric gown to cook and sleep after the ceremony, says he cannot return it yet as he got it for 5k
The student said he cannot return in a day something rented for 5k Photo Credit: Igbo Rant HQ
Source: UGC

He wore it in preparing meals and also went to bed in the academic gown.

Famousblogng reports that the young man had rented the gown for 5k.

Nigerians react to his action

Nigerians recount their experiences on the issue of matriculation gowns.

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@dundunempire commented:

"Before.... i paid for 5k gown and they said gown has finished..."

@chinenye_nwa1 said:

"Get ready for damages if you don't return it in good shape when it was given to you."

@mabelblac_ questioned:

"Is it not the school that will give you gown which one is rent again."

@bomade_ng reacted:

"Mine was 20k back in 2009..... now I regret not doing anything with it."

@official_tashaeben remarked:

"Nna flex ya 5k, if I see that 5k sef gan I don blow."

Lady gets admission after 5 years of waiting, strikes poses in matric gown

Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian lady had celebrated her matriculation in style after seeking admission for five years.

Celebrating the personal feat, the lady shared four photos where she struck different poses in the gown. Many tweeps congratulated her as they wished the student well in her academic career.

In a post on Wednesday, May 19, the lady said that she waited for five long years before she could have the opportunity of wearing a matric gown.


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