University Student Chased Out Of Exam Hall For Dressing Like This [See Photo]

An aspiring journalist drawing inspiration from Anas Aremeyaw Anas of Ghana has learned the hard way as he was thrown out of the examination hall.

The student journalist landed in trouble for attempting to look like his role model, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the famous Ghanaian-masked investigative reporter.

The student who is a 200 level student of Department of Mass Communication, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State, Nigeria, walked into the hall for his exam in a mask covering his face just like Anas.

The boy who says Anas the Ghanaian masked journalist is his idol and role model insisted that he must take one of his exams looking like the journalist he wants to be like in future. His classmates were stunned when they saw him looking like the journalist he keeps telling them he would like to follow in his footsteps.

The joke ended when examiners walked into the hall and saw him sitting like a student-masquerade. They immediately ordered him to leave the class or they will invite the school security. As he delayed, one of the staff dragged him up and pushed him out of the class because he was delaying the commencement of the class exam.

The photos were captured by someone whom the masked student had told to snap him as he sat in class looking like his role model. That joke was short-lived as he was chased out of the hall still wearing the mask while some of his classmates laughed hysterically.

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