Twitter user, @adewryght shared photos of a professor at the University of Alassane Ouattara, Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire, who was pictured helping a nursing mother babysit her crying baby during exams.
For his benevolence, he has been praised by many while some commenters blasted him for multi-tasking during a critical period of examination.
These photos have since gone viral.
Photo credit: Twitter
Tags: Babysit, Examination, Nursing mum, Professor
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Cute,not many can do this.
Shame on those who blasted to man for rendering this much needed assistance to his student, I mean, this man could very well pass for a father/grand father, so what the heck is wrong with some people when it isn’t as though he’s got a penchant for doing this often… smh.. some folks don’t just get it!
Well done Professor!
Whoever blasted this man is an idiot. How many black professors will do this? People no longer acknowledge good gestures. To me he is a hero.
This is a true father. This can’t happen in Nigeria. Our men are too proud. Instead of helping, they would have asked the woman to go home and return after weaning her baby. I love the man jare
i love this man blessed is the woman who married him….he is soo good at it.saw this on a blog…only fools would blast him
Weldon sir he has such a big heart God bless him
Well done prof
kudos to the prof, for the kind gesture.
This is a lovely and warm gesture.
What a wonderful man
No lecture in Nigeria can do this not to talk of a professor, thumb up for him jare
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