– A Nigerian lady, Maryam Shehu, stirred an interesting conversation around note-taking and the art of handwriting in schools
– Sharing her fine writing, the lady boosted and challenged whoever is up to the task into a contest
– While many Nigerians praised her, others said that if she may not maintain such finness during dictation
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A Nigerian lady, Maryam Shehu, has wowed many people with her beautiful handwriting as she asked for a worthy contender.
In a post on Monday, February 15, the lady posted one of her school class notes to show off her fine art.
Tweeps who believed they were equal to the task also posted theirs. Her post was a very engaging one and has gathered over 1,000 comments as at the time of writing the report.
See her post below:
Bioreports compiled some of the reactions below:
“Guy where una dey always get all this kind fine fine handwriting. My own be like make fowl dey scratch floor.”
“I will like to see your handwriting when the secondary school teacher who’s hungry is dictating note for you.”
“I’m sure it wasn’t a dictation! Cos your handwriting can’t be these neater while a lecturer is dictating….Anyways e fine sha!”
The lady’s handwriting received massive praise from people on the internet.
Photo source: @fulani_maryaam
“Because you get good handwriting no mean say you know book.”
“When you have to solve laplace transform, complex analysis, and PDEs, who go get time to write well?”
“You get good handwriting cox u still dey level 2. Anyways, the handwriting is super wow.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a Nigerian doctor identified as Doctor Wales took to social media to challenge others in the same field to a handwriting competition as he raised awareness on death by prescription.
Doctor Wales shared a note with his beautiful handwriting on his Twitter page and nominated Aproko Doctor and Wakawaka Doctor for the challenge.
Sharing his own handwriting, Doctor Wales wrote:
“My handwriting won’t kill you. I nominate @aproko_doctor and @wakawaka_doctor to do this challenge #DoctorsHandwriting.”
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Bioreports. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books.