- Netizens have expressed mixed reactions to a federal university's examination question paper that captured singer Tiwa Savage in a bad light
- The examination paper belonging to the faculty of arts at the Federal University of Lafia featured the topic of the singer's leaked tape that went viral in 2021
- Internet users have knocked the university for coming up with such an examination question and queried its significance to the students' development
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The leaked tape saga of singer Tiwa Savage has again become a social media conversation after a federal university had it featured in its examination.
The singer's infamous moment was the number two question in a first-semester examination of the department of English and literary studies, Federal University of Lafia, Nasarawa.
A copy of the question was shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram. Question two of the exam goes thus:
"Tiwa Savage's notorious video trended in 2021. What's the connection between musical lyrics and poetry?"
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The said question involving the singer was allotted 20 marks by the examiner.
See below the examination question paper:
"What typer rubbish question is this? The professor is mad. Like Nna eh! No sense in this question."
"This country no dey forget things o, Na so person sex history dey for generations yet unborn to come discuss."
"The question doesn’t even correlate with the sentence. This lecturer just wants to trend. Arindin."
"The person that set the question and the company that printed it all of una dey ment."
"This is not good it will bring up what has happened before and she will start to feel bad again, some people will rewatch it again."
Shatta Wale in textbook
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian superstar Shatta Wale has appeared in the Creative Arts textbook approved by the GES and published by Alpha and Omega series for Primary 4 pupils.
He has been featured in lesson four of the textbook which describes him in a short biography.
The page talks about his date of birth, his most popular song as Dancehall King, through which he became famous.
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