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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by MandateofGod(m): 10:42am On Oct 03, 2017
The First Professor of Mathematics is Professor Adegoke Olubummo from Orin-Ekiti while Chike Obi was first to have a PHD in Mathemetic.
Search your fact and correct asap.
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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Kabvert(m): 10:49am On Oct 03, 2017
goldrushbooks:
First professor of chemical engineering is from Ikorodu, Lagos State.

Not from Ikorodu but based there
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by jaron55(m): 11:04am On Oct 03, 2017
There are professors in north but couldn't find one, why?
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by ODVanguard: 11:07am On Oct 03, 2017
PrecisionFx:


IMO state has the highest number of professors in nigeria.

Ur stats are extremely misleading. In nigeria professors are not restricted to teach in their state if origin, there are everywhere. So u can't use that table as a tool. IGBOS are known to leave in hundreds of thousands or in millions across every state in nigeria so wen measuring anything, Ur kind of stats is JSS3 stats.

Guy, show us this elusive NUC data you keep parroting or fvck off my mention coz nobody's buying your crap. At least the author of my own data was bold enough to make his findings public, you world-famous and renowned liars should make yours public as well or stfu.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by DarkRebel69: 11:40am On Oct 03, 2017
Chai! Sweet chariot! I know that the South-West welcoming the White missionaries with a glad hand and allowing them set up schools–unlike the North–also contributed immensely to these resounding academic feats, but why!, just take a look at those numbers! It doesn't take much imagination to decipher why our equally intelligent Igbo brothers are scarce on that list. Many of them would opt to trade and do business rather than pursue a professorship --- at least back in those days anyway.

...and yet Nigeria's president is a low-IQ cattle-rearer with a missing WAEC result. Yet we wonder why we seem to never progress.

...

Oh! I am also only a couple of years shy of my professorship. Soon I know that I will have attained that feat. Perhaps I would be the first professor of African women's booty -- obtained from Qhal Institute of Booty-land. Doctor Literris of ÄSS and Humanities. Oshey! grin
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by witken89(m): 12:36pm On Oct 03, 2017
theguvnor:
No Northerner?
This is marginalization.

this is strictly based on merit................
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Obi1kenobi(m): 12:44pm On Oct 03, 2017
There's nothing surprising in the list. There is nobody who doesn't know Yorubas were the first to embrace Western education and had a generational advantage. The first university and 3 of the first 5 universities afterall were set up in the SW. No surprise the North aren't represented either. They were the last to commit to Western education.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by LawFight: 12:56pm On Oct 03, 2017
first professor of kidnapping in west Africa.-professor Evans.igbo

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by 2by5: 1:04pm On Oct 03, 2017
Great News!!! UNILORIN 33rd Convocation Schedule of Events.
1. Friday, 13th October 2017
a. Vice Chancellor’s press briefing.
b. Book Presentation in Honor of Outgoing Vice Chancellor
Venue: University Auditorium.
Time: 10am prompt
2. Tuesday 17th October 2017
Convocation Play .... Kindly follow this link for full post https://schoolmeet.com.ng/activity/p/25/
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by 2by5: 1:08pm On Oct 03, 2017
Great News!!! UNILORIN 33rd Convocation Schedule of Events.


1. Friday, 13th October 2017
a. Vice Chancellor’s press briefing.
b. Book Presentation in Honor of Outgoing Vice Chancellor
Venue: University Auditorium.
Time: 10am prompt

2. Tuesday 17th October 2017
Convocation Play .... Kindly follow this link for full post https://schoolmeet.com.ng/activity/p/25/
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by tunene66: 1:17pm On Oct 03, 2017
demogesture:
KNOW YOUR PROFESSORS

First Nigerian Professor of History ~ Prof Kenneth Dike ( From Awka, Anambra).
First Nigerian Professor of Philosophy ~ Prof Olubi Sodipo (From Ilishan-Remo, Ogun state).
First Nigerian Professor of Linguistic ~ Prof Ayo Bamgbose (From Oyo, Oyo State).
First Nigerian Professor of French Language ~ Prof Evans.
First Nigerian Professor of Arabic and Islamic Language ~ Prof M.O.A Abdul (Ijebu Ode, Ogun State).
First Nigerian Professor of Yoruba and African Literature ~ Prof Wande Abimbola (From Oyo, Oyo State).
First Nigerian Professor of Music ~ Prof. Lazarus Ekwueme (From Oko, Anambra state).
First Nigerian Professor of Theatre and Arts ~ Prof Joel Adeyinka Adedeji (State of Origin Unknown).
First Professor of Mass Communication in Nigeria ~ Prof Alfred Opubor (Nigerian-Cotonou).
First Nigerian Professor of Library and Information Science ~ Prof Mrs Adetoun Ogunsheye.
First Nigerian Professor of Education ~ Prof. Aliu Babs Fafunwa (Isale Eko, Lagos State).
First Nigerian Professor of Physical Education ~ Prof. M. Oluwafemi Ajisafe (Ekiti State).
First Nigerian Professor of Tests and Measurement ~ Prof. Dibu Ojerinde (Igboho, Oyo State).
First Nigerian Professor of Law ~ Prof Teslim Olawale Elias (Lagos State)
First Nigerian Professor of Agriculture ~ Prof. Victor Adenuga Oyenuga (Ijebu, Ogun state).
First Nigerian Professor of Animal Science ~ Prof. Gabriel. M. Babatunde (Afijio, Oyo State).
First Nigeria Professor of Forestry ~ Professor Kolade Adeyoju (Ijan-Ekiti, Ekiti State).
First Nigerian professor of clinical pharmacy ~ Prof. Nzebunwa Aguwa (Eke-Nguru, IMO State).
First Nigerian Professor of Medicine ~ Prof. Theophius Ogunlesi (Sagamu, Ogun State).
First Nigerian Professor of Nursing ~ Prof (Mrs). Elfrida. O. Adebo (Abeokuta, Ogun State).
First Nigerian Professor of Physiotherapy ~ Prof. Vincent C. B. Nwuga (Asaba, Delta State).
First Nigerian Professor of Anatomy ~ Prof. Thomas Adesanya Grillo (Lagos State).
First Nigerian Professor of Physiology ~ HRH Prof. Joseph Chike Edozien (Asaba, Delta State).
First Nigerian Professor of psychiatry ~ Prof. Thomas Adeoye Lambo ( Abeokuta, Ogun State).
First Nigerian Professor of public health ~ Prof. Oladele Ajose (Lagos state).
First Nigerian Professor of Nutrition ~ Prof Babatunde Oguntona.
First Nigerian Professor of Paediatrics ~ Prof Olikoye Ransome-Kuti (Abeokuta, Ogun State).
First Nigerian Professor of Botany ~ Prof. Eni Njoku (Ohafia, Abia State).
First Nigerian Professor of Physics ~ Prof. Muyiwa Awe (Esie, Kwara State).
First Nigerian Professor of statistics ~ Prof. Nwoue Adichie "Chinamada's dad (Abba, Anambra).
First Nigerian Professor of Mathematics ~ Prof. Chike Obi (Anambra State).
First Nigerian Professor of Geology ~ Prof. Mosobolaje O. Oyawoye (Offa, Kwara State).
First Nigerian Professor of Computer Science ~ Prof. Olu Longe.
First Nigerian Professor of Chemistry ~ Prof. Stephen Oluwole Awokoya (Awa-Ijebu, Ogun state).
First Nigerian Professor Of Architecture ~ Prof. Ekundayo Adeyemi (Iyin-Ekiti, Ekiti State).
First Nigerian Professor of Urban and Regional Planning ~ Prof. Adepoju Onibokun(Iwoye-Ijesha, Osun State).
First Nigerian Professor of Estate Management ~ Prof. John. A. Umeh (Nnobi, Anambra State).
First Nigerian Professor of Accounting ~ Prof. Micheal A. Adeyemo (Irun-Akoko, Ondo State)
First Nigerian Professor of Marketing ~ Prof. Julius Onuorah Onah (Orba, Enugu State).
First Nigerian Professor of Insurance ~ Prof. Joseph. O. Irukwu (Eteem, Abia State).
First Nigerian Professor of Chemical Engineering ~ Prof. Sikiru A. Sanni (Ibadan, Oyo State).
First Nigerian Professor of Industrial Engineering ~ Prof. David. E. Osifo (Benin-city, Edo State).
First Nigerian Professor of Civil Engineering ~ Prof. Ifedayo O. Oladapo ( Ondo, Ondo State).
First Nigerian Professor of Petroleum Engineering ~ Prof. Gabriel Kayode Falade
First Nigerian Professor of Mining Engineering ~ Prof. Zacheus Opafunso (Ede, Osun State).
First Nigerian Professor of Public Health Engineering ~ Prof. Paul Aibinuola Oluwande.
First Nigerian Professor of Geography ~ Prof. Akin Mobogunje (Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State)
First Nigerian Professor of Psychology ~ Prof. Dennis Ugwuegbu (Orlu, Imo State).
First Female Academicians ~ Aim of collecting this is to promote girl child Education.
- First Nigerian Female Professor ever ~ Prof. (Mrs) Felicia Adetoun Ogunsheye.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Law ~ Prof (Mrs) Jadesola Olayinka Akande.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of History ~ Prof. (Mrs) Bolanle Awe.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Pharmacy ~ Prof. (Mrs) Babalola Chinedum Peace.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Psychiatry ~ Prof. (Mrs) Olayinka Omigbodun.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Mass Communication ~ Prof. (Mrs) Chinyere Stella Okunna.
- First female Physics Professor in Africa ~ Prof. (Mrs) Deborah Ajakaye.
- First Female Professor of Chemistry in Nigeria ~ Prof. (Mrs) Modupe Ogunlesi.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Quantity Surveying in Africa ~ Prof Olubola Babalola.
- First female Nigerian Professor of Accounting ~ Prof. Jane Ande.
- First Female professor of physiotherapy in Africa ~ Prof. Arinola O. Sanya.
- First Female Professor of Computer Science ~ Prof Adenike Osofisan.
- First female professor of Chemical Engineering in Nigeria ~Professor (Mrs) P.K. Igbokwe
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Mathematics Education ~ Prof. (Mrs). Grace Allele-Williams.
- First female Professor of Animal Breeding & Genetics in Nigeria~Prof. Adebambo Ayoka.O. Ayoka-olufunmilayo
- First Female Professor of Yoruba Studies in the world ~ Prof. (Mrs). Omotayo Olutoye
- First Female Professor of Agriculture in Nigeria and First Female Professor of Agricultural Economics in Africa ~ Professor (Mrs) Tomilayo O. Adekanye.
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Urban and Regional Planning ~ Prof.(Mrs).Ogbazi Joy Ukamaka......
- First Nigerian Female Professor of Animal Science - Prof Mrs Oyebiodun Longe

point of correction
Professor Ayo Bamgbose is from Ijebu-Ode in Ogun State
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by uncjay(m): 1:34pm On Oct 03, 2017
chinedu202000:
Your list is incomplete without mentioning professor
Claude Ake (18 February 1939 in Omoku – 7 November 1996) was a Nigerian political scientist. Ake gained a Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1966 and during his life he held various academic positions at institutions around the world, including Yale University (United States), University of Nairobi (Kenya),
University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) and
University of Port Harcourt (Nigeria). He was active in Nigerian politics and is well known for his work in studies of development and
democracy , his overriding concern being Africa . He died in an airplane crash on flight 86 between Port Harcourt and Lagos in Nigeria.
Claude Ake, a prominent Nigerian political scientist who was a visiting professor at Yale, died on November 7, 1996 when the Boeing 727 on which he was a passenger crashed into a lagoon in a mangrove jungle 25 miles northeast of Lagos, Nigeria. He was 57, and his permanent home was in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Ake (pronounced AH-kay) was one of 142 people killed when the plane, operated by a local airline , Aviation Development Company (ADC Airlines), crashed, leaving no survivors. His death was widely believed to have been orchestrated by the then military junta of Gen. Sani Abacha of whom Ake was an uncompromising critic [ citation needed ] . This is in addition to the fact that Ake was a mentor to slain author, Ken Saro-Wiwa and a brain behind the Ogoni agitations against exploitation.
While teaching at Yale he lived in temporary quarters on the Yale campus.
He resigned from a commission appointed by the oil company Royal Dutch/Shell to study the ecology of the oil-producing Niger Delta. He did so to protest the execution of a minority rights activist, Ken Saro-Wiwa. [ citation needed ]
Ake was a critic of Shell and the oil industry. He is quoted as saying, "In Nigeria, companies like Shell are struggling between greed and fear ."
At his death, Ake was also the founder and director of the Center for Advanced Social Science, headquartered in Port Harcourt, which is the capital of Rivers State in southern Nigeria. Ake was born in Omoku, in that state. He had gone to Port Harcourt to hold a meeting at the center and was on his way back to the United States when he died.
The center is a think-tank for social and environmental research. It also played a practical role, functioning in the early 1990s as an honest broker concerning oil revenues and environmental issues between local officials and representatives of several minority groups in the oil-producing area in southeastern Nigeria.
Ake was also a critic of corruption and authoritarian rule in Africa. He wrote in 1985, in an essay on the African state: "Power is everything, and those who control the coercive resources use it freely to promote their interests."
George Bond, the director of the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University's School of International Public Affairs, said: "He was one of the pre-eminent scholars on African politics and a scholar-activist concerned with the development of Africa. His concern was primarily with the average African and how to improve the nature of his conditions."
Ake founded the center in 1991, with the mission of fostering development from within the social sciences on the African continent. Other tasks set for it were to apply scientific knowledge to actual developmental problems in Africa and to enable Africa to become more of a producer of knowledge.
When the center was founded, its sole supporter was the Ford Foundation. It is now supported by the Ford Foundation and other donors in the United States and elsewhere. Mora McLean, a former Ford Foundation staff member who is now the president of the Manhattan-based African-American Institute, said that Ake was "not just an intellectual, he was a visionary."
At Yale, he taught two political science courses—one, called State in Africa, which was for undergraduates and graduate students, and another for undergraduates, about aspects of development and the state in Africa.
The chairman of the Council on African Studies at Yale, David E. Apter, who is also the Henry J. Heinz II Professor of Comparative Political and Social Development at Yale, said of Ake: "In the very short time he was here, he developed a following among the students, both graduate and undergraduate, which was truly extraordinary. There were graduate students who wept at his death. Everyone was really shocked. It was an amazing testimonial to the man."
Apter said that Ake had "crackling intelligence and an outspokenly severe view of African politics and nevertheless, underneath that, a quality of understanding which was remarkably subtle and complex. But he was able to communicate the complexity in a straightforward manner."
He added that Ake "was not only, in my view, the top African political scientist, but an extraordinarily courageous person. The Nigerian Government was often at odds with him, and nevertheless they recognized his stature."
Ake specialized in political economy, political theory and development studies. He was professor of political economy and dean of the University of Port Harcourt's Faculty of Social Sciences for some years in the 1970s and 1980s after having taught at Columbia University, where he earned his doctorate in 1966. His earlier education was in Nigeria and London.
Before becoming a dean at Port Harcourt, he taught at universities in Canada, Kenya and Tanzania. Afterward, he held a variety of posts, at the African Journal of Political Economy, and on the Social Sciences Council of Nigeria end elsewhere.
His many writings included the book Democracy and Development in Africa (Brookings, 1996).


Thanks for adding him.....(there are over hundred disciplines, the op only mention the ones he knew....he never said it was complete however you've done pretty well.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 1:37pm On Oct 03, 2017
ODVanguard:


Guy, show us this elusive NUC data you keep parroting or fvck off my mention coz nobody's buying your crap. At least the author of my own data was bold enough to make his findings public, you world-famous and renowned liars should make yours public as well or stfu.


Can u give me stats where u got the info that ekiti ondo, ogun n oyo have the highest number of professors in nigeria...grin
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Modivs: 4:00pm On Oct 03, 2017
For about 300 years ago, their are over 3000 written books in northern part of Nigeria. the language is Arabic, the subject variet for different aspects from alchem ( Chemistry ), mandiq ( philosophy ), lugga ( language ) up to falaq ( astronomy ). The constrain here is the formular for formalisation, that is only knowledge written is English is conaider to be formal

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by amazingspiderma: 4:19pm On Oct 03, 2017
Amist all these tribal noise, the fact that there is no quest for academic award for excellence and innovation like the Nobel price shows why Nigeria is backward in everything academic.

Nothing positive to focus on.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by omoelerin1: 4:49pm On Oct 03, 2017
Throwback:
Can some people ever catch up to greatness?

Omoluabi no be anybody school mate.



Above is the very first professor of anything in Nigeria. A medical doctor by profession.

He was the most senior African on the academic board of University of Ibadan. When it was time for the British to hand over UI to Nigerians, the Igbo dominated NCNC ensured an Igbo Professor Kenneth Dike who was away on sabbatical in the USA was called back to become the vice-principal ahead of his senior Prof Ajose who was more qualified, physically present and interested in the position.

When it was time to also name the Principal, Kenneth Dike was equally chosen ahead of Prof Ajose

It is noteworthy that Dr Akanu Ibiam who was also Igbo, was the Chairman of the University Council.

Prof Kenneth Dike would go ahead to recruit Nigerians into UI, but out of the 108 newly hired, only 3 were Yorubas, and the remaining 105 were from Dike's and Akanu Ibiam's Eastern region.

Prof Ajose resigned and moved to the new Western region established OAU to become its pioneer VC, since the federal government posts was only merited by the Igbos who had partnered with the educationally disadvantaged North. Yet this same Igbos till today continue to bemoan the Northernization policy of Ahmadu Bello, who was Northern Premier. As far as they were concerned, they secured their own Eastern region for Easterners only, they dominated the Federal positions, and the North should have also been made open to their greed.

So when you hear some people wailing about marginalization, they are only longing for a return to an era when merit is to appoint Igbo.

You are perfectly correct! 'The domination of Nigeria by Igbo is a matter of time'. 'I think gods of Igbo have chosen Igbo to rule Africa'. The two statements were credited to 2 Igbo leaders: Onyeama and Azikiwe in 1945 and 1949 respectively. January 29, 1966 military coup de' tat carried out mostly by Igbo officers in the Nigerian Army was a follow up of the above statements. In the coup, all the politicians that were assassinated were northerners and the Westerners. Immediately when Aguiyi -Ironsi became the head of state, Igbo agenda was started. The first step he took was to declare Nigeria a unitary state with decree number 34. Nigeria that was initially a pure federal state, in fact, it was more or less a confederation in setting. Each region were enjoying full autonomy, with its own constitution. Each region were maintaining its own embassy/ foreign mission in abroad, there was nothing like Nigerian embassy then. The man came, he declared that all the power should be concentrated in the central govt because he thought Igbo have come to rule Nigeria perpetually. Out of 33 military officers he promoted, 29 of them were Igbo. This is what responsible for his downfall after 6 months. When it down on them that they have fallen out of power, they declared secession. I think that is the foundation of the current structure. That Nigeria is not a true federal state today, was the handwork of those that are now shouting marginalisation.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by activistjohnny(m): 5:06pm On Oct 03, 2017
attention007:



What's his name so I can google and see for myself
just search for the first geology professor in UI and also check his published articles.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by reuben79: 7:54pm On Oct 03, 2017
hornyofife:


it is education alone that makes a region secured, its more of a cultural thing. If you dont have a peaceful culture, your education will not make you peaceful.....Awolowo education is good no doubt but The south east is the most secured and peaceful region in Nigeria despite all the challenges...Even UN confirmed it

http://punchng.com/seast-safest-place-live-says-un/

https://www.naij.com/830167-will-surprised-know-safest-region-nigeria-according-un-report.html#8301

http://www.nairaland.com/3103641/south-east-safest-place-live-un
southeast peaceful in deed......
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 10:44pm On Oct 03, 2017
ODVanguard:


You guys are a bunch of losers. #Fact. Go and conduct your own independent research and counter Okebukola so you can be taken seriously. So all your SE professors would prefer/rather go and teach in SW universities while neglecting your regional ones huh? You guys are always fond of putting a spin on and muddling things up just to save face. UI has the highest number of professors in the country and is reputed to have predominantly Yoruba professors, #FACT. Ditto OAU. The onus is on you and hornyofife to prove beyond reasonable doubt that your people constitute a fair amount of the SW uni professors. Either that or you quit making empty noises.




Thank God I saw this link, it's from University of Ibadan website.


The names of about 24 professors in their school were listed and about 5/6 of them which represents 25% are igbos.

loser.

http://googleweblight.com/i?u=http://ui.edu.ng/content/list-staff&grqid=Sk4n4O5E&hl=en-NG
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 10:49pm On Oct 03, 2017
omoelerin1:
You are perfectly correct! 'The domination of Nigeria by Igbo is a matter of time'. 'I think gods of Igbo have chosen Igbo to rule Africa'. The two statements were credited to 2 Igbo leaders: Onyeama and Azikiwe in 1945 and 1949 respectively. January 29, 1966 military coup de' tat carried out mostly by Igbo officers in the Nigerian Army was a follow up of the above statements. In the coup, all the politicians that were assassinated were northerners and the Westerners. Immediately when Aguiyi -Ironsi became the head of state, Igbo agenda was started. The first step he took was to declare Nigeria a unitary state with decree number 34. Nigeria that was initially a pure federal state, in fact, it was more or less a confederation in setting. Each region were enjoying full autonomy, with its own constitution. Each region were maintaining its own embassy/ foreign mission in abroad, there was nothing like Nigerian embassy then. The man came, he declared that all the power should be concentrated in the central govt because he thought Igbo have come to rule Nigeria perpetually. Out of 33 military officers he promoted, 29 of them were Igbo. This is what responsible for his downfall after 6 months. When it down on them that they have fallen out of power, they declared secession. I think that is the foundation of the current structure. That Nigeria is not a true federal state today, was the handwork of those that are now shouting marginalisation.


Offer proof of these lies u listed.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 10:51pm On Oct 03, 2017
GoldNiagara:



You are the one alleging you are the best, so give evidence, I have given you something.Don't go mentally indolent on me.





Thank God I saw this link, it's from University of Ibadan website.
The names of about 24 professors in their school were listed and about 5/6 of them which represents 25% are igbos.
loser.
http://googleweblight.com/i?u=http://ui.edu.ng/content/list-staff&grqid=Sk4n4O5E&hl=en-NG
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by supereagle(m): 10:55pm On Oct 03, 2017
Topmaike007:
in terms of sports igbo have been making the nation proud so dont talk trash you guys dont know.
Yoruba were not left out as well. They have won medals for Nigeria. The first Olympics medal for Nigeria was won by a Yoruba.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by omoelerin1: 11:28pm On Oct 03, 2017
PrecisionFx:


Offer proof of these lies u listed.
Go back to school
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by ODVanguard: 5:27am On Oct 04, 2017
PrecisionFx:





Thank God I saw this link, it's from University of Ibadan website.


The names of about 24 professors in their school were listed and about 5/6 of them which represents 25% are igbos.

loser.

http://googleweblight.com/i?u=http://ui.edu.ng/content/list-staff&grqid=Sk4n4O5E&hl=en-NG

Boy, you have completely lost it. You are yet to unearth your phantom NUC data that purportedly proves that Imo state has the highest number of professors in Nigeria. And the only list you could muster in a failed attempt to save face is list a of 24 u.i professors of which only 4 (Odinka, Okwaligwe, Isiugo-Abanihe, and Okpala) are igbo -- Liz Adenike Emeke is a confam Yoruba woman married to an igbo, while Umoru Onuka is Ebira. Only in your twisted mind does that represent 25% of that list or prove your fake imo claim. I was clear in my submission in my post that you quoted that U.I (and OAU) professors are predominantly Yoruba, a fact which your own list only further buttressed -- I also could as well pull up a list of Yorubas on UNN's faculty to show you that Yoruba professors exist there, so what?? Now you see why YOU are the real loser? In the meantime, we are still waiting for your nonexistent NUC list. undecided

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 6:57am On Oct 04, 2017
ODVanguard:


Boy, you have completely lost it. You are yet to unearth your phantom NUC data that purportedly proves that Imo state has the highest number of professors in Nigeria. And the only list you could muster in a failed attempt to save face is list a of 24 u.i professors of which only 4 (Odinka, Okwaligwe, Isiugo-Abanihe, and Okpala) are igbo -- Liz Adenike Emeke is a confam Yoruba woman married to an igbo, while Umoru Onuka is Ebira. Only in your twisted mind does that represent 25% of that list or prove your fake imo claim. I was clear in my submission in my post that you quoted that U.I (and OAU) professors are predominantly Yoruba, a fact which your own list only further buttressed -- I also could as well pull up a list of Yorubas on UNN's faculty to show you that Yoruba professors exist there, so what?? Now you see why YOU are the real loser? In the meantime, we are still waiting for your nonexistent NUC list. undecided







grin.


U can lie, dribble n parayarn as u like, but facts are facts. U said all professors in the university of Ibadan(via the table u posted) represents that yorubas have highest number of professors. I gave u a list of 24 professors in ur listed school and 5/6 were igbos against what u made us believe.


Quit deceiving urself onye ala² grin.



Igbos are far far ahead.

deal wit it.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 6:58am On Oct 04, 2017
omoelerin1:
Go back to school


Confused?
grin.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:10am On Oct 04, 2017
hornyofife:


This is a perfect example of my previous submission as to why PhD is a better yard to measure than professorship...

again it goes to show the devastating effect of the civil war...Chike obi had his PhD earlier but couldn't have his professorship quick enough which is what many igbos of his generation suffered. by the time the war had ended, many yorubas who were in the west which suffered no war were moving ahead with their academic pursuit while the likes chike was stunted by the war and when the war ended, they have been emasculated financially, socially and politically to continue from where they were before the war with all manner of discrimination.

many may have even dropped out of school to go into other businesses to survive while some had died during the war



Please where did u download that book u screenshoted part of it on this thread titled, the "Nigerian and the ibo"

I really want to read them and even download more articles.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:23am On Oct 04, 2017
belindar:

I didn't see a single northerner
With all these degrees from all other regions , The north still rules Nigeria .
With all the these degrees you cannot point to one single thing invented by a Nigerian.

Check these out from MUGABE


The north rules because yorubas have agreed to live in servitude to them.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:24am On Oct 04, 2017
Sammy07:


But Yoruba dominates the school..

You can't be In a foreign place and dominate more than those you met there


Lagos is a place filled to the brim with foreigners.

Lagos is the only state in nigeria where foreigners win federal n state reps elections.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:24am On Oct 04, 2017
geometricaxis:


Pls get your facts right, I was privileged to have been taught by the 1st Nigerian female professor of urban and regional planning in Nigeria at Ife in the person and Prof (mrs) J. abiodun who was already a professor when Ogbazi was still an undergraduate. I was one of her students who worked with her on the design of the Abuja master plan.



yorubas can say any kinda lie.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:26am On Oct 04, 2017
aribilola2002:
Olubunmi Ethe was exnorated as they play politics against her because Northerner dont want female to lead them go and learn history. The giant female professor of Corruption still remain Madueke after stolen Nigeria wealth...




over 2 years on nothing happened to her.

she hasn't been convicted.

FG even said they don't have evidence against her.

It's a pity that many educated foools in nigeria still believe the online lies of ''stolen billions''
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:30am On Oct 04, 2017
EponOjuku:


LIST OF NIGERIANS WHO HAVE WON THE GRAMMYS

Lekan Babalola: Won 2 Grammys. 2006 and 2009)
seal [Olusegun Olumide Adeola Samuel) Won 4 grammy's)
Sade Ade[Helen Folashade adu]: 1 grammy's
chamillionaire [ Hakeem Seriki] 1 grammy's
Sikiru Adepoju; 2 grammy's: 1991, 2008.
Kevin Olusola: 3 grammy's in 2015, 2016, 2017.

All the 13 Grammys won by Nigerians were won by Yorubas.

Yorubas Alone = 13 Grammys
Igbos = Nothing to show.

This 2017, While Buratai was busy forcing your elders to learn Python Dance, Yorubas were winning Grammys.


As u have seen that we are leading educationally, u have now moved into Grammy....grin

focus on the topic.




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