As most people are aware, the cost of living is quite high. Hence, people try by all means to come up with strategies to get their basic needs. With that being said, a lady left everyone in stitches after saying this about teachers. This is what she wrote in her tweet: "Teachers will start asking learners to bring 1 liter of petrol and cooking oil for science projects."
It was thought to be quite amusing. There were mixed reactions to the comments. Someone left a comment, "Please do not give them ideas."
Another one said, "Haven't they started already?" People have said a lot of interesting things. See more reactions down below.
Share your thoughts in the comment section. What do you think about the lady's post and people's reactions overall? Do you think there's a possibility that teachers would do as you suggest?
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