Popular Nigerian career coach and consultant, Doctor Dipo Awojide has taken to his Twitter page to warn students who are applying for a scholarship in the United Kingdom to avoid jokes about the late Queen Elizabeth II of England.
The popular figure gave the warning in a tweet on his official Twitter page on Friday, 9th of September 2022.
According to Doctor Awojide, he warned that students should avoid jokes about the Queen if they are applying for scholarships in the United Kingdom or applying for the Commonwealth Scholarship.
The career coach said that the British are capable of finding all the tweets made by such individuals, including the ones that are posted with fake accounts.
Awojide said that it is not necessary to mourn the Queen but that people should just be decent human beings at this time of the Queen’s death.
Doctor Dipo Awojide‘s tweet is coming following the controversial discussions that have sprung up after the death of Queen Elizabeth.
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