Social media have been ‘set ablaze’ again as a video of a lecturer hits the internet, and warming the hearts of many social media users.
The video, which has caused so much stir on the internet, shows a Nigerian male lecturer, singing and dancing to Rihanna's song titled ‘Work’ in front of his students in class.
The lecturer, whose name is not revealed; is said to be teaching at a higher institution in the Nasarawa State of Nigeria, who decided to take a break from his lecture, to have some dance time with his students in class, during classes hours.
The video; which was share on Instagram by ‘@instablog9ja’, and tagged; “Lecturer vibes to a familiar tune during his class in Nasarawa”; shows the lecturer making use of the good old saying… “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, and switching to play mode with his students.
In the video, the students could also be seen very happy, and singing to the song, while the lecturer dances around the class with happiness written all over him.
The video has since hit the internet, and leaving many social media users very impressed and heart-touched.
What do you think about this Nasarawa Lecturer? Is he serious at all? Do you think his action is commendable, and that, other lecturers must learn from him?
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