An Oyinbo teacher who works in a UK school populated by many Nigerians has gone viral on TikTok. What stunned a lot of people was how the teacher was able to correctly pronounce native names in her attendance list. A teacher in a UK school, populated by many Nigerian students, has gone viral on TikTok. Some students were seen in one of the classes at the school, and many of them spoke in Pidgin English.
In the video posted on TikTok by @koggbagidi, an Oyinbo teacher was seen marking the attendance register. Although there were other nationalities also sighted in the classroom, it seemed Nigerians were dominating. Most names she called from the attendance register are Yorubas, and she was able to pronounce them correctly.
Netizens have applauded the Oyinbo teacher because of how well she pronounced the names, while, many expressed huge surprise at the number of Nigerian students in the classroom.
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@Yosore: Imagine playing Fuji in this class
@Tobi: she goes learn Yoruba by force
@Bee: Uk, Cyprus, and Turkey are among the states of Nigeria
@Christian Raphael26: I’m just impressed with her pronunciation fr
@Hercjay Animations: which people come remain for Nigeria
@Bodysilk_herself: She did well pronouncing the names
@olabisicynthia2????: All my Yoruba ppl don go uk finish
@Richard Davis: Yoruba should be a course in that school while
@Ifedolapo RSG: Give this one Naija passport. The pronunciation is intact
@Oluwaseyi Charles: I heard “why Una no answer for me nah”
@Beula Glitzz: The fact that she pronounces the names well.
@Lifted man: Yoruba People and school na 5&6…abeg give that oyinbo woman naija passport already. She sabi pronounce Yoruba name.
@TIMILEHIN YINUSA: she’s acc pronouncing the names well small @user ibkay: they are studying the Yoruba language in UK
@evagreennk: It’s the way she’s shouting out the names for me. she’s familiar with them