UNIVERSITY LECTURERS ARE THE MOST STINGY PEOPLE, YET THEY CAN SEND YOU ON ERRAND TILL YOU ALMOST SHOUT HAHA!


LECTURERS ARE THE MOST STINGY PEOPLE, YET THEY CAN SEND YOU ON AN ERRAND TILL YOUR FEET START THROBBING AND YOU SHOUT HAHA!

Infact they can send ghosts on errand self. When I say stingy, I don’t mean stingy with marks or grades. NO! Trust me, when you go on errands for them well, they will dash you free marks.

But my concern is lecturers that are stingy monetary and material wise. They are not openhanded; they are tightfisted. They are not generous at all. They do not believe in giving, they only believe in receiving to fatten their pockets more so that they can keep building a lot of houses,some of them don’t even buy cars for themselves- Chai!

They like to claim they are broke (na big lie), meanwhile if you check them, most of them always move around with ‘thousands’ in their bags or place inconspicuously in their offices on daily basis; they hardly keep money in the bank.

Sending people on errands is their hobby. It is on default for them and they tell lies a lot. As jovial as some of them may be, not a penny can fall from their pocket , and if you are lucky to get any penny from them, trust me it would be something they can’t even give their children.

I have overtime studied most of them and I can assure you that I have never seen anyone as stingy as these lectures. Recently, a former lecturer of mine gave me a research work to carry out for her. I spent money upon money, data upon data, nights upon nights just to do her work, only for her to tell me ‘don’t worry, I will fix you up’

Meanwhile, we would like to get your view. Lecturers are stingy. Agree or disagree?

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