ASUU strike: young man visits his hostel room, sees his yam tubers already growing, reacts on video

  • A young Nigerian showed in a video that his yam tubers are already growing due to the ASUU strike
  • The tubers that were placed near the window grew in the direction of the light entering the deserted hotel room
  • Many Nigerians who reacted to the clip said different funny things about how bad the strike is for many

A young student affected by the ongoing ASUU strike revealed in a video shared by @instablog9ja the loss caused by the strike.

In a short clip, the man entered his hostel room and saw that the yam tubers he had left behind had begun to grow.

The man was surprised to see his yam tubers grow. Image source: @instablog9ja
Source: Instagram

He called ASUU angrily

The yam sprouted towards the room window. Looking at what the situation has done to his food products, he said:

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“ASUU, call off this strike now!”

Watch his video below (swipe):

At the time of writing, the video has garnered over 7,000 likes with over 600 comments. compiled some of them below:

_ososee said:

“This rich guy ooo for this Nigeria see yams when you go home to rob that yam just Dey get in my eyes.”

oluadebamowo said:

“Na to organize a small traditional wedding o, since the yam does not grow.”

oursneakersstore said:

“The yam is heading towards the direction of the light!!! This is a true example of you can’t stop me huh!! You can never stop me huh!!”

officialbobbyfredrick__ said

“Yam don’t chase their dreams oooo.”

masaidthis wondered:

“How did we even survive Nigerian public universities? »

The man revealed that he was working on his ASUU

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a young Nigerian by the name of Twitter Olayinka had gone online to reveal how the current strike was a blessing in disguise.

While many students lament how the strike is affecting them, the youngster said the strike has given him more time to work on his craft.

Designer, Olayinka shared photos of shoes he recently worked on. Black and smooth, the shoes look so elegant.


Linda G. Ibarra