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“Thanks for your troubles and wickedness” BBNaija Alex Unusual sends strong message to teachers who bully her in school

Alex Unusual

Big Brother Naija season 3, Double Wahala finalist, Asogwa Alexandra, simply known as Alex Unusual, has sent a strong message to her teachers who bullied her in school.

The beautiful and vibrant Alex Unusual took to her Instagram page to share photos of herself compiled in a video.

Sharing the photos online, Alex Unusual sent a message to her teachers who bullied her because she was one of the students who spoke their minds.

She also mentioned the names of some teachers who bullied her, stating she is grateful for their wickedness and troubles that have moulded her into who she became.

She wrote: A message to all my teachers/ bullies that said I’ll end up useless because I was that one student to speak to when everyone was scared to do so.
Back In the old days, you didn’t believe, Now I’m so flashy 🤷🏾‍♀️. Not just me, check out many other children that you were mean to. Mrs Kiwa….. , Mrs Enem……. If you know the names, congratulations 🤣. Rest In Peace to the ones we’ve lost.
Thanks for your troubles and wickedness. It made me who I am today and will still make me a thousand folds bigger. I only wish all teachers understand the benefits of being nice.
To those that look down on people now, say mean things and underestimate people, you never know tomorrow. We all still have a lot of progress coming our way.
To the teachers that use words like “you can never be useful, useless child“ e.t.c. on students, please desist from your evil ways.

Kemi Filani recalls that Alex Unusual called out Lagos state governor Sanwo Olu over how the officials of the SWAT enforcement unit ask infuriating questions during their search patrols.

The reality star stated that she had been termed ” impatient ” whenever she argued with them.

“@jidesanwoolu what in the name of a country is FSWAT? Why are they putting on what looks like night wears, standing at corners, searching cars, and asking infuriating questions like “Where do you work? Show me your ID card and car paper, Let me see your phone, Open your bag, I’m questioning him because he looks like… You’ll stop me beside water by a bend after I’ve had a long day and when I argue, it’ll be that I’m impatient. Are we back to this?”.

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