Mermaid Spotted In Unilag Girls Hostel Fagunwa (Video)

Here is an exclusive video of a girl that was said to have turned into a mermaid at Unilag Girls hostel Fagunwa.

A brief write-up by another student of the institution says:

“A girl named Blessing who is being squatted by Olamide in Fagunwa hall had a misunderstanding with her. The misunderstanding was caused by a missing wristwatch. Upon losing her necklace, Olamide suspected Blessing and immediately sent her packing from the room and also wrote long notes stating and threatening her not to ever mess with the Marine spirits frankly stating that she is one of them. This statement and notes written by the “mammy water” sparked speculations that she was an actual water goddess. Her roommates said that she only baths in the morning, upon waking, her bed is always soaked,  she wakes up to soak and pour water on her leg, praying to a necklace over her bed every morning.

“These statements provoked her roommates who dragged her outside while still emphatically insisting that she’s a mermaid. 

“These frustrations caused her (mammy water) to reveal that the missing necklace (the one that causes fight) makes her turn into a fish. After these confessions, the Able-bodied Alpha base were then invited into the hostel to lead her out.”

There was a scene last night in front of a hostel in Unilag as a student was arrested.

Students claimed she was arrested because she turned into a mermaid. This outrageous claim elicited hilarious reactions from Twitter users.

However, one Twitter user shared screenshots of WhatsApp updates from eyewitnesses explaining what really happened.

According to the Unilag students who claim to be close to the situation, the student got into an altercation with another student and she threatened to show the other “pepper”. They reported to the porter and the student was arrested. But rumours soon began spreading that the arrested student claimed she is a “water goddess”.

watch the video below 

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