"I Paid 10k For it": University Student Refuses To Return Matriculation Gown After Ceremony, Goes Home With it
- A fresh student has refused to return her matriculation gown to the school at the end of the ceremony
- The student said she paid the sum of 10k for the gown, and she must wear it to get the value of her money
- Some students thronged her comment section to say they did the same thing at the time of their matriculation
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A lady who paid 10k to access a matriculation gown from her school has taken it home after the event.
In a video posted on TikTok by @call_me_beauty_16, the student was sighted in the matriculation gown at home.
She wore it while washing her clothes outside, telling her audience that she was at home.
Student who paid 10k for a matriculation gown takes it home
The student feels that since she paid 10k for the gown, there is a need to wear it for a longer time.
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Many universities require fresh students to pay for matriculation and graduation gowns and return them immediately after the ceremony.
But clearly, the student said she would wear the gown until she got her money's worth, which was why she returned home with it.
The funny video has since gone viral and drawn reactions from both present and former students. One student said she did not return her gown and is now in level 300.
Watch the video below:
Reactions from TikTok users
"I no return my own up till now. I dey 300-level."
@Temple of mancity warns:
"By the time you pay 20k for delay first."
"My school will collect your school fees receipt before you collect the gown. Tell me how you won't return it?"
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The student gave birth while she was still at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia state.
Her story went viral and touched many people who rallied support for her. She said in a new video that she still needs help to care of the children.
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