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Are South-Western Universities Populated By Fake Academics?

OAU, OOU flush out dons to reposition varsities

By SEGUN OLUGBILE

Barely two weeks after the governing council of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, sacked the institution‘s vice-chancellor, principal officers and about 15 lecturers for alleged ineptitude, the leadership of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, has relieved five of its lecturers of their positions for a similar reason.

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Acting Vice-Chancellor, OOU, Prof. Soga Sofola

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OAU Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Michael Faborode

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While the offences of the sacked OOU lecturers included mark boosting, alteration of results; presentation of fake Ph.D degrees and promotion without following due process, the offences of the OAU lecturers ranged from academic indolence, plagiarism to misdemeanour.

Other offences, allegedly discovered by the panel that recommended the sack of the OOU lecturers, included wrongful promotion and the inability of some of the lecturers to improve their academic qualifications 10 years after bagging their Master‘s degrees.

About a month ago, the council Chairman of OOU, Chief Alex Onabanjo, asked the Vice- Chancellor, Prof. Osilesi Odutola, the Deputy VC, Administration, Prof. E.O.A. Ajayi; DVC, Academics, Prof. O. Otolorin; and the Acting Registrar, Mr. O. Osinulu, to proceed on compulsory leave. The acting registrar, Mrs. Olajumoke Owotomo, alleged that the dons were involved in unethical practices. She also accused them of academic misdemeanour.

Investigations at the OAU revealed that the five lecturers lost their jobs for various offences ranging from plagiarism, job abandonment, ineptitude, globetrotting and alleged criminal tendencies.

According to the Public Relations Officer of OAU, Mr. Abiodun Olanrewaju, the sacked lecturers are, Dr. Ande Lamidi Kareem, Dr. Olusegun Fadiran, Dr. Edward Ogbonia Uche-Nwachi, Mrs. Victoria Abike Akalugo and Mr. Joshua Ayobami Ayeni.

Giving reasons for their sack, Olarewaju alleged that the lecturers flouted the law setting up the university. For instance, he said Ayeni, a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Computer Engineering, was sacked for plagiarism. ”You know that Ife is a first class institution that is well respected all over the world but unfortunately Mr. Ayeni sometimes in 2004, sent an article to an international journal based in South Africa.

”The article was published, but on January 10, 2005, the university received an e-mail from the publishers of the journal to the effect that the article was plagiarised. This is the height of academic fraud that a responsible institution will not overlook. So, the university set up a senate committee to look into the matter.‘‘

He said Ayeni was invited to defend himself, adding that the committee found him guilty at the end of its investigation. Though he was sacked this month, his salary was stopped in March 2007. ”But in reaching this conclusion, due process was followed, that is even why we are not having any problem with the Academic staff Union of Universities. All of us in Ife are for excellence and we are using this to send a clear signal that anybody that wants to work or study here must be ready to burn the midnight candle.‘‘

On why Akalugo, an assistant lecturer in the Department of Special Education and Curriculum Studies was sacked, the PRO said she could not provide evidence of progress on her Ph.D work since she started the programme over eight years ago. ”Her academic ability was nothing to write home about. In fact, her colleagues in the department and even students complained about her performance. It got to a stage that courses she meant to teach were withdrawn from her and given to other lecturers when it became obvious that she could not cope with the high standard expected from lecturers teaching in the university.‘‘

Olarewaju further alleged that Akalugo combined her teaching job at OAU with another one with the Ondo State Government. ”When the committee set up to try her case confronted her with this, rather than defending herself, she started employing various tricks to elongate the trial so as to perfect her plan to process her retirement with the Ondo State Government without the knowledge of the university,” he said.

Olarewaju added that the sacked lecturer was also involved in various acts that could tarnish the image of the university. A lecturer in her department, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, confirmed the academic incapability of the sacked don. He said the lecturer was in the habit of going in and out of police detention for cases that were not political. But efforts to get the comment of the sacked lecturer failed as most of the lecturers in the department said they did not know her whereabouts since her ordeals with the university started.

A staff of the Faculty of Education, who simply identified herself as Seun, said she deleted the lecturer‘s number when earlier calls to her mobile phone showed that the handset was permanently switched-off.

The other three dons, Ande, Uche Nwachi and Fadiran were said to have abandoned their duty posts while all efforts to contact them failed. Olarewaju said their actions violated Section 2 sub section 232 of the university regulation.

Before his sack, Ande, a senior lecturer in the Department of Cell and Morbid Anatomy, according to Olarewaju, allegedly refused to resume for duties after the expiration of his approved leave in 1991. ”He did not also apply for leave extension and efforts to contact him had failed and he has since failed to resume for duty,” he said.

The story of Fadiran of the Department of Surgery was similar to that of Ande. They were both sacked years after their salaries were stopped by the university. Efforts by our correspondents to speak with any of the sacked dons failed as nobody at Ife was ready to disclose their whereabouts.

Olarewaju also said that during their trial, none of the three that allegedly absconded from the university appeared before the various committees that looked into their cases. ”See, Dr. Uche-Nwachi left the university without approved leave in 1996 and failed to come back. On four different occasions, he was invited in 1998 but he did not turn up. The committee did not have a choice than to pronounce him guilty,‘‘ the university‘s public relations officer added.

He said that the university decided to embark on the academic cleansing in continuation of its renewed bid to reposition the university.

On why it took the university years before taking disciplinary action against the affected lecturers, the PRO said it was because the university wanted to give the affected dons ample opportunity to defend themselves. But he added that the institution did not lose any money during the period as the salaries of the dons were stopped years before their official sack.

”If they had been cleared by the various committees, the university would have paid them in arrears,” he said.

Efforts to get the Vice- Chancellor, Prof. Michael Faborode, to comment on the issue failed. Calls to his mobile phone were not answered while he did not respond to a text message sent to his phone.

But members of the academic community particularly lecturers commended the university for the action. A lecturer in the Faculty of Science, who pleaded anonymity, said since the affected lecturers were given fair hearing and there was no allegation of witch -hunting, the institution should be commended. At OOU too, members of ASUU and students backed the management‘s action.

The President, Students‘ Union of OOU, Mr. Emmanuel Bada, said the students supported the action because the sacked officers had done little to enhance the status of the institution as a university.

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Are Yoruba Universities Populated By Fake Academics? No they are not. only that Yoruba is one of the very few tribes in Nigeria with honour who could dare expose, rather than cover the bad eggs among them. The Yoruba will not hide under parochial, ethnic sentiment to cover an evil act.

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Is there a registry of physicians who graduated from Ibadan College? If so, could someone please tell me what it is called and if there is a website?

Are there more news articles about those who sell fake medical doctor diplomas from Ibadan University?

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university of ibadan came first in the ZAIN AFRICAN CHALLENGE AND UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS CAME THIRD.

NO OTHER UNIVERSITY WAS ABLE TO REMAIN ON THE CHALLENGE

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GET LOST

OTHER THOUGHTLESS COMMENTS- YOU ARE SO MYOPIC. GET A LIFE!!

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Listen, I'm not interested in racial slurs. I just want to know what Nigerian government organization can confirm if a person graduated legally from

Ibadad University.

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If to you use your hypocritical coinage "Yoruba Universities" I think the management of "Yoruba Universities" should be commended for their foresight and courage to purge the system of bad eggs. Am sure those bad eggs are not restricted to "Yoruba Universities"

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I read somewhere in the thread that you schooled abroad, and it amazed me the University or the college that produced such a monumental and intellectual fraud like you- your reasoning capacity attest to it.

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This Ijawman has serious fundamental issues - he or she must have been molested by a Yoruba man. Unfortunately the rest of yoruba clan is unable to heal your hurt. You will have to turn to Jesus,

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It sickens me to see people who should know better spew this tribalist bullshit. I refuse to believe anyone of this generation with a tertiary education can be so bigoted, so i will continue to treat all you tribalistic retards like the illiterates you surely are.

For what it's worth, it's clear that the original poster is too daft to see that this actually paints a good picture of the schools in question. At least they have now shown that they are willing to crack down on corruption and ineptitude in the system.

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wetin this old woman want self

na woo, who dash monkie banana

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submacgun ^^

look at ur username

sub-mac-gun, what do u want me to say, by the way what do u need gun for

shootin the lectures abi lol

relax dnt mean that way

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@ikey

Why do u want shoot me - is it because i am yoruba

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This thread should be locked by the moderator -  it is very demoralising to Nigeria as whole esp to the Yoruba tribe

Why do we have to be tribal

Thanks

Proud to be Yoruba

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for where, which kind pendulum; nl are used used to bashin the igbo

but i think things changes when the truth has hittin nl

so there u go

and plz stop jackin my stly u monkie?

embeded haterz in hide

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Racists should be quarantined as early as possible, before they infect others.

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If anything, the development should even be a case for the sincerity of the university. Thoroughly investigating and sacking lecturers to save the school's name and ensure only competent lecturers teach students. Many unis are note even organized enough to carry out such cleansing, and inept lecturers abound there.

Good move, my Great Ife. Let's continue to cleanse our school while they cover their own.

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@all on this thread

much as I like  the crust of the matter which is fraud BY NIGERIANS in education i see it as a way of highlighting a tribe by Ijawman in a badlight.

The follishness of our major tribe comes to test here.

have you noticed what happens? when Smaller ethnic groups attack IBO, YORUBA and HAUSA the other tribes are silent or even make jokes. It is looking like because we in the Majority tribes cannot be civil in discussions that is why we have been ruled by the minority tribes for a very long time.

The mind play of small and weak that our minority tribes play on the Majority must stop now. I just pray that an IBO president Emerges. I wont be surprised if they the minority are not used to deal with the IBO leader.

THEY CAME FOR THE HAUSA MAN AND I DID NOT DO ANYTHING,

THEY CAME FOR THE YORUBA MAN AND I DID NOT DO ANYTHING

THEY CAME FOR THE IBO MAN AND I DID NOT DO ANYTHING

NOW THEY ARE COMING FOR THE IJAW TIV KANURI NUPE WHAT WILL ANYONE ONE DO?

LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOUR

GOD BLESS NIGERIA

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What a silly generalization.

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http://www.tribune.com.ng/21052009/news/news16.html

Forgers of NCE, primary school certificates nabbed in Zamfara-Yorubas involved in forgery in the north

Muhammad Sabiu, Gusau - 21.05.2009

The Zamfara State police command has arrested 18 suspects in connection with the sales of fake primary school certificates and the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) in Zamfara.

Parading the suspects at the premises of the police command, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Lawal Abdulahi, said a headmaster in one of the primary schools in the state was arrested along with 17 others, including the prime suspect, Bello Hussaini Mada, who was alleged to be the brain behind the nefarious activities.

According to the PPRO, the suspect indicted Sunday Ajayi and Abiodun Ajayi, both in Kaduna State, to be the manufacturer of the fake certificates which they confessed to have sold to more than 20 persons

The police disclosed that the calligrapher of the illegal certificates, Richi Amisa, was arrested and had confessed to be involved in the illegal business Primary school leaving certificate is sold for N6, 000, and NCE certificate N30, 000.

According to the police image maker, the police have recovered eight copies of the NCE certificates and 100 primary school certificates and testimonials from the suspects.

 

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I know of a case at one of the first generation federal universities - the BS was withdrawn, the MS and PhD were withdrawn by the associated  foreign university, and the individual lost his job.

The event was triggered by a letter from his classmate (and possibly close friend, given the level of information he provided) to the school senate almost 15yrs after the incidence.

I agree that passing the SSCE after the fact does not safeguard them against prosecution. The degree belongs to the university.

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2. As soon as they finish computing your result and give you the go ahead for NYSC, every other crime hidden in your file is history. How will they discover it when you've gone?. The chances are close to zero.

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Osisi,

Sensible post.

You would be deceiving yourself thinking there arent fake profs in the South East and other parts

When I was serving in Bauchi State. 3 colleagues Corpers too from UNIPORT-Geography, FUTO-Mechanical Engineering and NAU Microbiology. Wrote SSCE with the students they have been lecturing.

They graduated from Universities without SSCE so they enrolled in the school believing their fellow corpers would help them.

Lots of undergrads did not even pass SSCE

Its a problem allover Nigeria and I think Kudos should be given to the schools who could tackle the problem instead of spitting rubbish here.

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All the Nigerian universities ought to follow in the footsteps of thesev 2.

I commend them for flushing out the fakes in their midst.

They should be emulated.

I'll love to read about the same thing at UNN and FUTO

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i d nt buy into that, the yorubas love to brag on how they are the most educated, but hey there u go sista

back them, the hausa have made us believe that the north is all about hausas, but hey there u go

the nigerian people cant be continued to toy with im afraid

so yea

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talipain zumba

chineke make i run ooo hahha; the woman self just like learn big words as well

amadioha wey u de self

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^^^^

its a lie

i ve come across british born nigerians; igbo for sure that omitted ur statistic

so becomepoor those days of ur oduduwa are far gone im afraid

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Half of Nigeria PHD holders are Yorubas, half of Nigeria professor are yorubas.

1/3 of Africa professors are yorubas, what does that tell you.

In the USA only Yorubas with PHD are over 500.  In Britain may be 300. some have never used their PHD before.

Nearly all the universities in nigeria , UK, USA and canada have a yoruba professor.  So tell me how they used fake degree to become professors.

There are families with 5 professors in yorubaland. Dont forget that most african american too are yorubas.

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I see this crazed orangutan is a glutton for punishment.

will be back.

In the meantime, look for more stuff to post.

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http://www.punchng.com/Articl.aspx?theartic=Art200902223264739

I got my fake Ife, UI, NYSC certificates for N350,000

By AKIN OYEDELE

Published: Sunday, 22 Feb 2009

NOTHING in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Ingenuity will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘Press on‘ has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.”

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Had Olusola Ogunshola come across this wise saying of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States of America, in his quest to earn a living through honest means, maybe he would have been singing a song different from the one he now sings at the headquarters of the Oyo State Police Command, where he is now cooling off.

Born 51 years ago in Sagamu, Ogun State, Ogunshola said he had tried his hands on many things since he finished from Oke Ibadan Boys High School, Ibadan, in 1974. He was a petty trader, clergy, and fish farmer at different times in order to secure honest livelihood. He didn‘t have a major breakthrough, he said.

In 1987, he said he struck an idea to travel abroad to seek the proverbial greener pasture, which landed him in trouble 21 years after.

Legitimately, Ogunshola did not possess more than a school certificate, but he goes about parading himself as a lawyer and pastor to swindle unsuspecting members of the public. It will be difficult for anybody to believe that the Bachelor‘s of Law certificate of the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University); Master‘s of Law degree certificate of the University of Ibadan, Ibadan (which he ‘bagged‘ even before the university began postgraduate degree in law); the National Youth Service Corps certificate; call to Bar certificate and the identity card of the Nigeria Bar Association, found in his possession, were forged.

Not only that, the suspect confessed in an interview with our correspondent that he ”stole” the stamp and letterhead of a law firm, S. O. Alli and Co. And to complete his bogus identity, he said he purchased a lawyer‘s wig and gown, with a shirt to match in Lagos, when he finally decided to pass for a lawyer. Before he was excommunicated when his deals became known to the church authority, Ogunshola was also a ‘pastor‘ with the Global Harvest Church, where he ‘cast and bound‘ the devil and its agents for several years. The official stamp of the church, a disused locally-made gun, two international passports and some fake certificates of occupancy were also among his haul.

The Commissioner of Police at the state command, Mr. Bashiru Azeez, said that the suspect was nabbed over a N362,000 shady deal that went awry.

Azeez said, ”His cup became full when one of his victims reported that the transaction between them began on February 15, 2006 when the victim met the suspect at their church.

”The victim had told him that he needed the services of a lawyer to verify the genuineness of a property in Lagos State, which was introduced to him for purchase and to process the certificate of occupancy in respect of the property.

”To his enquiry, the suspect responded that he was a barrister and could render him the legal services. The victim was pleased at this development; that he had found a lawyer pastor in whom he could repose absolute trust.”

Pronto, the victim was said to have made available the sum charged by the ‘lawyer‘ in order not to lose the property to other interested buyers. That became his undoing. Ogunshola went to work and before you could say Babatunde Fashola, he had produced a purported C of O and other legal documents on the property, which the CP said were later discovered to be forged. Had the suspect refunded the money, probably the victim would have kept this secret, but he began to dilly-dally, as months of unfulfilled promises turned to years.

But on Thursday, Ogunshola cut the image of a pensive rogue, who having realised the gravity of his offence, would pose as a fowl beaten by the rain in his wig and robe.

Asked how he came about the certificates found in his possession, he said that it was in 1987 when he was desperate to travel out of the country that he encountered one late Ishiaku, who procured the documents for him at a fee of N350,000. Before his accomplice died in an auto accident (if he was not being economical with the truth), he said he was in the process of securing a Canadian visa with his fake certificates. Asked why he needed to go to that extent to secure a visa, he claimed that the idea was that of his late accomplice to smoothen the process. His dream however vanished with the death of Ishiaku.

His good command of English language notwithstanding, he said he could not further his education beyond secondary school due to lack of financial support from his struggling parents. His memory failed him when asked how he met the late accomplice and where.

He said the death of his partner dealt him a devastating blow that he did not know how to pick up the pieces of his life, having lost his life savings from his petty trading to the ambition.

Ogunshola insisted that he never defrauded his victim, who he identified as one Kayode Oresanya. Rather, he said that a link person that he contracted to secure the C of O from the Office of Surveyor General in Lagos ”collected the money and ran away.”

He said, ”I was no longer making use of the certificates. The police found them in my store. I never went to court or took a brief from anybody. I acquired those things when I wanted to travel abroad. When the Canada thing failed, Ishiaku still promised to help me before he died in an accident. I inherited the old gun they found in my house from my father. Go and check it very well, it is an old useless gun.”

In a rare display of ‘honesty,‘ he said that he stole the S.O. Alli and Co. stamp and letterhead when he had an opportunity of being at the law firm when they were relocating to another office.

His countenance dropped and he almost ended the interview when asked whether he was still a pastor, to which he declared ”I will not answer that question.”

Asked why he could not venture into any neat business with N350,000 as far back as 1987, he said his ambition was to live big and do well with his family. Now he said he had put his wife and two kids in a quandary.

Querying the rationale behind his arrest for a deal that was about three-years-old, he said he had already promised to refund the money to Oresanya before he (Oresanya) decided to invite the police. The suspect said that his income from his fish farming business could barely sustain him now, which explains why he told his victim to tarry a while.

If given another opportunity, he said he would turn a new leaf now that he had realised the position of law on his activities.

Hear him, ”I feel frustrated with my life because of the serious setback I suffered when I could not travel abroad. I have repented. I regretted my action. I can‘t do it again. I was a petty trader at a point, but I thought my life will be better. Now, I know better.”

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OOU begins sack of indicted lecturers

By Ademola Oni, Abeokuta

Published: Friday, 8 May 2009

The Governing Council of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State has begun serving sack letters on some academic staff of the institution who were alleged by a visitation panel to have perpetrated unethical practices in the institution.

Our correspondent learnt at the Ago Iwoye campus of the university on Thursday that the lecturers, who were found culpable of misdemeanour by the Prof. Oye Ibidapo-Obe visitation panel to the institution, started receiving their termination letters on Monday.

As at the last count, according to a source in the school, no fewer than 15 academic staff had received letters to leave the institution.

The letters, signed by the Acting Registrar and Secretary to the Council, Mrs. Olajumoke Owotomo, advised that the affected lecturers “look for work somewhere else,” stating that the 26-year-old institution no longer needed their services.

A source in the institution told our correspondent that the letters of other indicted staff were being prepared, dismissing claims that the Governing Council was under pressure to scale down the number of academic staff to be sacked.

“Remember, it is not just the academic staff that may finally be affected. The restructuring in the registry, especially, where it had been recommended that the 17 deputy registrars be reduced to seven may still necessitate the sacking of some of these staff members. The letters are being served in phases,” said the source, who pleaded not to be named.

The Ibidapo-Obe panel, set up in December 2008, over several complaints of lecturers excesses, falling standard of academic services and uncoordinated administrative style, alleged widespread malpractices among lecturers and the manners of promotion of workers.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, OOU, and its Students Union Government which submitted memoranda to the panel among other stakeholders, had urged the council of the institution to implement the recommendations of the panel to the letter

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The claim that people with Masters can't lecture in Universities is laughable.

Master degree holders with Industry experience are usually used in Universities to teach professional courses.

It took two years to get rid of her?

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This has nothing to do with tribes.

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I can print out a PhD. on the internet then go to Nigeria and find a job, although, I can never work at a multinational company cause you'll get caught.  

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^^^^^

dats a lie, big big big lie

what does that tell u

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Half of Nigeria PHD holders are Yorubas, half of Nigeria professor are yorubas.

1/3 of Africa professors are yorubas, what does that tell you.

In the USA only Yorubas with PHD are over 500. In Britain may be 300. some have never used their PHD before.

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tipailain monkey!

wetin naw

blast hmmm haa

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tpiah

why u dey ignore me now !

i saying hello - leave that ikey - i will deal with him later.

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Just contributing my little quota for the development of the black race since unfortunately I happen to share the same skin color with useless people like you monkeyman and this idiotman.

If Lugard and Watson had met a few exceptions to your rule who knows what the results would have been for blacks in general!

idiots! May you find abundant evidence of Yorubas in your family tree and your descendants for generations to come!

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^^^^

wetin this foolish woman de do here

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you're confusing the mental basket cases in your family tree with tpiah! Na your sisters,mama and grandmamas combined be mad dogs!

na tpiah reply dey worry you?

Useless tribalistic fool!!!!! Did you even smell university talkless attend one!! Much less know which tribe owns a particular university. Ode!!!!

Some of you morons foolishness can only be beaten out of you with heavy logs of wood!!!!

Blockhead!!!!!

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Of course, I did not attend a Nigerian university; unlike you who is a product of those one-in-a-penny high schools that go by the misnomer of a university. Your grammatical skill already gives you away as a true Nigerian university graduate. I will not be surprised if you were trained by one of those phony academics.

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Since you obviously did not go to university how will you know?

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The title is a question that begs an aswer. So far, no one has attempted an aswer to it; instead the jankara market woman TPIAH is running loose as usual. THE MAD DOG SHE IS.

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This is not explicitly Yoruba universities, most high institution have fakes. Stop reviving tribalism my friend.

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@ poster

ve always thought u are a good nigerian but with this ur tribal tendency, ve realised u need the attention of some scholars that will introduce u into the foundation and basis of a FEDERATION 101 whereby various ethnic groupings coexist without talking ill of themselves[b][i][i][size=8pt][color=#990000][/color][/size][/i][/i][/b]

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hello tpiah

how are u today

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I wonder why all we do and read and see is nothing but tribal trash, cos the universities are within the boundaries of Yoruba lands, does that means it is a Yoruba University, when are we gonna learn that Nigeria is a nation and not just some tribal junk.

This is so sad that nothing can be done without bashing some tribes on the other.

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@ poster

I think if you had tried to be as objective as possible while posting this, maybe you would have got some more rejoinders but your tribal sentiments have made people and rightly so, stay away.

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I suggest that only PhD holders should be allowed to lecture in Nigerian Universities. A situtaion where Masters degree holders are allowed to teach is not the best. In polytechnics, I am shocked that even HND/BSC holders are allowed to teach.

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