Port Harcourt Teacher Finds V!agra In Secondary School Student’s Bag
Information reaching Ibom Focus says that Port Harcourt Teacher Finds V!agra In Secondary School Student’s Bag
A Port Harcourt-based teacher, Adaobi Amadi, who teaches in a government-owned secondary school in Rivers State has raised alarm after finding V!agra – a drug believed to be used for s3x enhancement – in the bag of an SS2 student.
WebMD, an online publisher of information pertaining to human health and well-being, says Sildenafil, sold under the brand name Viagra is used to treat male s3xual function problems such as impotence or er3ctile dysfunction.
The American corporation added that in combination with s3xual stimulation, sildenafil works by increasing blood flow to the pen!s to help a man get and keep an er3ction.
However, the teacher narrated that the 17-year-old boy told her that the drug she found in his bag was a painkiller.
Suspecting the student was not telling the truth, she had to send photos of the drugs to a doctor who finally confirmed her suspicion, stating that the drug was indeed V!agra.
Taking to Facebook on Friday, Adaobi wrote;
“How would you handle a case in which you find viagra in a student’s bag?
Suspected what it was, but confirmed with a doctor after the boy said it was a painkiller.
And yes, he’s the one taking it.