- A photo of a television that was under lock and key has got many talking on social media after a Nigerian man shared it on his Facebook page
- The owner of the television was watching a movie despite the fact that a burglar-proof guard was used in protecting the set
- Many Nigerian Facebook users who commented on the post said the funny photo reminded them of a story
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A photo of a television that was under lock and key has caused quite a stir on social media as many people said it reminded them of a story.
In the photo that was shared on Facebook by a Nigerian identified as Habibu Adamu, the television was placed on a wall and a burglar-proof guard with a key was used in protecting it.
A movie was being shown on the television and this implies that the owner uses the set under lock and key.
Sharing the photo, Adamu said:
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"Reminds me of a story in Adamu Aliyu Kiyawa's Birgimar Hankaka, with the title "Ƙasar Ɓarayi.""
Many react to the photo
Nigerians on social media soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Reacting, a Facebook user identified as Ahmad Lawan Gama said:
"In our hostel we are also in SLU that's how TV is."
Umar Abdullahi commented:
"This must be a hostel."
Ado Abubakar Bala wrote:
"I missed Birgimar Hankaka. Such a beautiful program. Every Wednesday 8pm."
Mubarak Abbati Bako said:
"Is this in school though?"
Massive reactions as man on bike carries another bike on his lap
In other news, when you think you've seen it all, then another wonder stares you in the face. This is the definition of a video that recently emerged on social media in which a Nigerian man on a bike could be seen carrying another motorcycle on his lap.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @gatmash, the man sat in the passenger seat as the rider rode along a bridge in Lagos.
The person recording the video could be heard expressing displeasure over the development.
Sharing the video, Gatmash wrote:
"Bike carrying bike, only in Nigeria."