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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by ruggedized1: 7:25pm On Oct 02, 2017
goldrushbooks:



Yeah from behind!


Check it out state by state.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by crackhouse(m): 7:26pm On Oct 02, 2017
Skhibanj1015:
Professor Adeyinka Adeyemi(Former VC FUTA) is not just the first professor of Architecture in Nigeria but the first professor in Sub western sahara. He is my mum's uncle.
he's ur mum's uncle. it's ok. Now what do u want us to do.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by reuben79: 7:27pm On Oct 02, 2017
clevadani:
Yoruba too like book. Just hoping it transforms in development.
how many region developed nd secure like southwest in nigeria here?its cos of there early education...............kudo to baba Awo

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by SlayQueenSlayer: 7:27pm On Oct 02, 2017
stcool:
Not a single one from the North, yet they....

make I no talk!

Didn't you see Kwara there?

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Nobody: 7:28pm On Oct 02, 2017
GoroTango:
True our people were slow to accept modernization and western education, but i assure you we are slowly catching up, and no its not marginalization because unlike some others we accept responsibility for our shortcomings.
Now this is how to talk.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by goaldynman: 7:28pm On Oct 02, 2017
Op can lie!

Dr. Chibugo Okoli becomes first African woman Medical Director and Director of Public Health in the UK, she became the first African medical professional to be appointed to the most powerful dual position as Medical Director and Director of Public Health in the United Kingdom. UGO, as she is known to her friends and peers, became a Consultant in Public Health in the UK only a few years ago, after passing all the medical exams required of all specialist doctors. Within a record time she was sky-rocketed to this extremely powerful new position with a six figure salary in May this year, after beating several competitors and rivals to the coveted post and therefore proving herself worthy of the position to her peers who are mainly European, Her father is Professor Cyril Agodi Onwumechili, the first Nigerian nuclear physicist and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Ife, Ile-Ife renamed Obafemi Awolowo University




Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by goldrushbooks: 7:28pm On Oct 02, 2017
ruggedized1:



Check it out state by state.


Ogun state has the highest profs! Look very well.Ogun alone has 14 while the whole of south east 13.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Alexpetra: 7:29pm On Oct 02, 2017
wow...with all this list what have they manufacture i smy question
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Skhibanj1015(m): 7:29pm On Oct 02, 2017
Out of a total 68 Afonja is 48, una try o and Igbo closely following. Our generation is quite different as things are happening from all geo-political zones. Trail blazers everywhere, God bless Nigeria.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by NezoLee19: 7:30pm On Oct 02, 2017
wickyyolo:

grin
Shekau is the First Nigerian Professor on Terrorism
Just pray say Make bomb no land your side ooo

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by ivolt: 7:32pm On Oct 02, 2017
rozayx5:
Profs profs profs


No development




Tertiary education In this country is just programming of job seekers and nothing else

If i take away the certificate of the average new graduate . he/she has nothing else to show

What have you got to show ?
I will appreciate if you speak for yourself!

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Kazrem(m): 7:33pm On Oct 02, 2017
My name will be there in time.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by TimeMod1: 7:34pm On Oct 02, 2017
KemjikaEme:
Dominated by Yorubas as expected by virtue of receiving Western civilization and education before others.
Many years down the line,the igbos have taken advantage of same education and boost of the highest number of Professors in Nigeria. Beat that!
Boost the highest number of professors? Little wonder igbos are called liars...

You owe the Yorubas for giving your forefathers the benefits of education first before the missionaries journeyed to Iboland.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by chinedu202000(m): 7:34pm On Oct 02, 2017
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).

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by thunderbabs: 7:35pm On Oct 02, 2017
theguvnor:
No Northerner?
This is marginalization.


First Professor of Fower.......Alhaji Abubakar Tafawa Balewa........Borno State grin

Nothing concerns hausa man wit Book, as long as dey re in fower, no froblem grin

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Deo1986(m): 7:35pm On Oct 02, 2017
Yoruba's are great in everything in this country excepting politics, i hail una. No Niger Deltan made the least though.
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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by adeboizy11(m): 7:37pm On Oct 02, 2017
First prof of insurance is prof F.M epetimehin. From ondo state.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by attention007(m): 7:37pm On Oct 02, 2017
And yet we are yet to see articles written and published by majority of them professors
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by OyiboOyibo: 7:37pm On Oct 02, 2017
21st Century Nigeria professors are just professors on paper...they can't profess anything to move d country forward...all they are after is money money money...
greed

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by goldrushbooks: 7:39pm On Oct 02, 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).


We know Claude Ake, cerebral and brilliant scholar, but we are talking about first here!

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Gadodoko: 7:40pm On Oct 02, 2017
first professor of....... first professor of....... first professor of....... first professor of....... ? Malaysia and indonesia came 2 nija and we gave dem palm seedlings and gav it 2 deir first professor of....... first professor of.......first professor of....... And 2day malaysia is d lagest exporter of palm products and indonesia 2nd and nigeria lagest importer, nigerians are going 2 ghana niger sudan cameroon etc 4 university education. medical treatment outside. A prof. of mechanical eng car got spoilt and he looks 4 a road side... With d no of civil eng prof china's certificate and diploma graduates are technocrates in constructing our road. the list is endless. wat are d impact of dis professors 2 dis COUNTRY

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by TimeMod1: 7:41pm On Oct 02, 2017
Deo1986:
Yoruba's are great in everything in this country excepting politics, i hail una. No Niger Deltan made the least though.
What do you mean by except politics?
kids of this age need to be taught history. Anyways, it's not your faults but for the jaundiced educational system.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by DavSagacity(m): 7:41pm On Oct 02, 2017
theguvnor:
No Northerner? This is marginalization.
They didn't say first cattle rearer or first cattle řustler now.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by PrecisionFx(m): 7:42pm On Oct 02, 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














The state with the highest number of professors in nigeria is IMO state.
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by KemjikaEme: 7:42pm On Oct 02, 2017
TimeMod1:
Boost the highest number of professors? Little wonder igbos are called liars...

You owe the Yorubas for giving your forefathers the benefits of education first before the missionaries journeyed to Iboland.
Wrong! Yorubas and Igbos should give credit to the British for bringing Western education to their colony and setting up schools and importing teachers to teach the ancestors.
No group in Nigeria can take credit for the positive dividends of colonialism in colonial Nigeria.
My information is sourced from NUC.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by WrathOfHadez(m): 7:43pm On Oct 02, 2017
MasViews:



Nigeria's youngest professor is a Northerner.


Google is your friend.
Curb your inferiority complex. The list is about first professors in the country not youngest professor and Nothern brothers are embarrassingly missing.


And your young Northern professor, I'm certain he benefited from JAMB's quota system, no?
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Magnetozumania: 7:43pm On Oct 02, 2017
First Prof of Mechatronics Engineering?
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by zagadat1: 7:43pm On Oct 02, 2017
To get MSc and PhD ain't easy so to be a prof they must have read their asses out... pls how long or what does it take to be a prof?
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by ademasta(m): 7:43pm On Oct 02, 2017
Good
Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by GoldNiagara(m): 7:44pm On Oct 02, 2017
Yoruba is the gift of God to black race! so many firsts.

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Re: List Of First Nigerian Professors In Various Disciplines by Nobody: 7:45pm On Oct 02, 2017
EponOjuku:


It's the educational achievements and exposure of the SWeners that made your fathers hawk ice water in the SW, you to hawk gala in Lagos and your children are already warming up to hawk in Eko Atlantic City.

If they decide to ban hawking today in the SW, your folks would die of starvation.

Nonsense write up grin

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