The clip has since gone viral on the internet, with many people expressing surprise and amazement at the young student’s achievement
A video has surfaced on social media of a secondary school student celebrating after reportedly buying a car in Ogun State, Nigeria.
The student of Nawarudeen secondary school, Abeokuta, took to TikTok to share a video of himself and his school mates celebrating the purchase of his new whip.
The video has since gone viral on the internet, with many people expressing surprise and amazement at the young student’s achievement.
While it is unclear how the student was able to afford the car worth millions of naira, the video has sparked a debate and concern about the student’s source of income.
See how some reacted below,
@okonofuaitahon wrote, “So I as a parent my child in secondary school will come home with a car and I will allow him to park in my house, when I know the child is not working or won award through academic knowledge GOD FORBID BAD THINGS. Mother please do better before tomorrow maybe too late.”
@jean_uc wrote, “When I was in secondary school, if I mistakenly come home with someone’s pen, the way my mum will be shouting as if I robbed it. I times it by 3 on my children. Parents have a lot of work to do if this nation must be great.”
@johniee_jay wrote, “This must be a skit cause me wey be teacher never buy keke ”
@ogirikimargaret wrote, “I started earning legit money at the age of 19 going on twenty after my university education. I was waiting to be called up for national youth service, I got a job in a high profile hotel as a front desk officer. After I collected my first salary, shishi I couldn’t spend from it, I went to submit it to my parents in a family meeting, na them apportion money give me for transport. At that age I no even reason bra . This gen Z sha”
@wealthofficial_nation wrote, “This next generation would be driving Tesla cars in naija oo make Una get ready ooo , coz it’s not gonna be funny with the next generation”
Watch the video below,