According to Haruna, he asked Twitter users to know if they can make the decision of getting rid of their certificate when they are offered the sum of two million naira(N2m) as compensation.
(Sani Harunna Sani)
Even though the man didn't openly state it, from the tone of his tweet; he probably asked that question from the perspective of unemployment for some Nigerian graduates. Some people have alleged in the past that, becoming a graduate in the Nigerian setting may be a waste of time.
We can't shy away from the undeniable fact that, most people go to school mainly because of jobs and good source of income.
It is not strange to see most Nigerians use this slang, "School na scam" because contrary to how securing a job was many years ago, these days, it takes the grace of God to get one.
Below is the screenshot of Haruna's tweet.
In obedience to the opinion he solicited for, people used the avenue to express their views on the asked question. Below are some of the screenshots containing the comments.
Let's get your opinion on the issue of discourse. What will you do if you are given such offer?
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