“Let’s do business” – Viral Nekede polytechnic student says as she alleges school’s rector has promised N500k to anyone who hands her over (video)
Sharon Ogechi Okoroafor, the embattled Nekede Polytechnic student who went viral for attributing her graduation success to God and her private part, has alleged that the school has promised to give N500,000 to anyone who hands her over to them.
Sharon, in a new video she shared, said she’s willing to do business with anyone who will hand her over to the school authorities in exchange for the reward.
She said that the money would be divided equally between herself and the person who would hand her over.
Watch her speak below,
Sharon went viral a few days ago after a video of her celebrating her graduation and claiming it was made possible with the help of God and her private parts surfaced online.
Reacting to the video, the school authority launched an investigation to fish Sharon out.
Sharon later apologised to the institution in a letter, explaining that she meant to say Popsy (her father) and God helped her graduate from the Polytechnic.
She also had a telephone conversation with Darling 107.3 FM Owerri, where she explained what she meant and maintained she was trying to say “Popsy” and not “p***y.”
“To be frank, nothing really happened. That day I was excited, I came out to snap and do video. It was five years in school without any issues, so I came out and did that video. It can only be God. If you watch the video, I was walking which made me to do that mistake. I wanted to say popsy, P.O.P.S.Y instead.
You know Nigerians and their lifestyle, the took the thing in another way and it started trending My God and my pu**y. It’s bad thing that trends more than good things. I don’t even know most of my Lecturer name, I just know them facially. There is absolutely nothing connected to me and them. Bring any oracle, I will swear. If they want me to go to Shrine and Swear I will.
There is no lecturer from my Day one to my finals I have business with. I will swear with my Life. I have never sorted any course before from day one in Poly Nekede to finals. That’s why I said it can only be God. It only God that sees me through. My GP in school is not even high. Even last exam which was CBT, I went there, did ‘timbum timbum’ and submitted.” She said.