The woes of hunger, triggered by the increasing cost of living, have stretched their claws to the lives of students in tertiary institutions.
Gone are the days when undergraduates return to class with cash and other home appliances depicting their high standard of living. Today many parents or guardians can no longer afford a standard living, talk of transferring such to their children or wards.
Economy&Lifestyle discovered that students in tertiary institutions now sell off some of their home appliances and gadgets to sustain themselves, when the chips are down.
According to Osazuwa Akinola, a student, stated that they buy these gadgets when it is cheap, using their idle cash, while those who have gadgets sell them when they need money to pay bills.