TASU students cook, sleep, in their matriculation gowns to exhaust the money spent in renting it

Two 100-level students of the Taraba State University, Jalingo, have gone viral after they shared photos of them cooking and sleeping in their matriculation gowns.

The institution held its matriculation ceremony on Thursday, September 2, and apparently, students paid N1,000 to rent the academic attire for the occasion. 

According to one of the students, Sefanu Saaga who shared a photo of him rocking the attire today, Friday, September 3, he decided to cook and wear the gown to sleep in order to exhaust the money he spent in renting it. 

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