Rebecca Nengi Hampson popularly known as Nengi, is a 23-year-old model, actress, entrepreneur and also the most curvaceous girl in the Big Brother Naija Season 5 'Lockdown' edition. Nengi graduated from the University of Port-Harcourt with a second class upper degree from the department of Linguistics and Communications Studies in 2014.
Nengi, who is one of the most sought after ex-housemate of the 2020 Big Brother show, wasn't always popular nor was she a big name in the music and movie industry, right from time. Recall that, Nengi lost her dad when she was 2 years and her mum, when she was 10 years. She had to sell recharge cards to train herself through secondary school.
Few hours ago, Nengi discloses the course she never understood during her secondary school days, on her Twitter account. She told her fans that, Shorthand was the course she never understood anything in it. Shorthand is a course taught during junior secondary and most times included in junior WAEC.
See her post
This caused a serious explosion on social media as many of her fans started relating their own experience with the course. Some wondered why they made them learn what they wouldn't use in the real world while some went as far as calling out the teachers that taught them the course and how they were severely flogged by them, for not understanding the course.
Below are some of their reactions:
Just like Nengi, did you also experience any difficulty in writing and understanding shorthand or was it excluded during your secondary school days?
Share your thoughts and opinions!!!!
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