Is this rag day or real madness? See pictures of student who took rag day to another level.
By Preely | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 341 views
As stated by the oxford dictionary the word rag as an act of ragging especially extensive display of noise carried out in defiance of authority.
Rag day has stand to mean "Rise and give" Is a day set out by the student Union of any institution to seek out for fund, in this way student tends to dress in an insignificant cloth which makes them set aside in the eyes of the public. Many a times we do see students who do this kind of things many of us will think that it is madness but it is not.
But trust Nigerian students when it comes to this, to some people is a way of showing their nakedness, some will act like the real mad people we have on the street which is very bad. Here are photos of students who took rag day a whole new level:
Is this not real madness?what is all this?
Is this not real madness?
or is it high level rag day? Let's hear your thought in the comment box.
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