To be able to learn and pass examination at any University in Ghana is not an easy task. Some students do not even get a better sleep at night just because they want to make it up to First Class or Second Class Upper Honour. In reality, university academics cannot be compared to senior high school studies.
In view of this, some social media users were very astonished when they saw this young lady carrying a huge teddy bear to her hostel. According to the person who posted this video online, it is her first day at school and she brought her teddy bear she has been using in the house along.
Some social media users said that they don't blame her completely because some fresh students at university do not know what they are going to face. But by the time they reach the second semester at level 200, they will not even have time for their mobile phones not even talk about teddy bears.
Check out some of the comments from some Ghanaians who came across this video:
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