The students of the political science department were in for the shock of a lifetime when another student allegedly walked up to their lecturer and tried to give him the weed he was smoking.
In the video which was shared by instablog9ja, the student was seen walking up to the lecturer and offering him weed to the surprise of the other students.
The incident took place in the school stadium, the students were using the stadium for lecture, because the number of political science students offering that particular course was much and they had to use the school stadium. The lecturer was alleged to be the HOD of the department.
When the lecturer was offered the weed to smoke, he pleaded with the man to leave the premises, another student joined in begging the man to leave the lecture premises. As the man was about to leave, he fell off the stairs. You can watch the video here.
After the video was verified and reposted by instablog9ja on Twitter, it got a lot of funny reactions and comments. The video was really very funny and shocking.
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