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Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 9:40pm On May 01
Emeka Dimkpa (5th Grader aka Primary 5)
1. Awarded ''A Honor Roll'' (meaning he scored all As in his subject)
2. Awarded ''Top 5 Student'' (this means when all A scores are averaged he was among the top 5 best in the school). Unfortunately in America they don't award first, second and third positions as we do in Nigeria. So, it is unclear who of the 5 best was first, second or third. But this boy has consistently beaten his class mates in exams

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 9:40pm On May 01
Men! See the Principal of a public Elementary School is a PhD holder (see last photo). In Naija you still have BSc teaching in Universities.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 9:46pm On May 01
Top 5 best

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Jiang(m): 9:52pm On May 01
FSU:
Men! See the Principal of an Elementary School is a PhD holder (see last photo). In Naija you still have BSc teaching in Universities.

What's wrong with a Bsc taking d responsiblity of a teaching assistant in a university.

You are living with the whites but still suffering from low self esteem,

Congrats to the kid, I just hope he does not grow with the mentality of white is superior to black like you did

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by astrodome: 9:55pm On May 01
Emeka Dimkpa

These Igbos people sef grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 9:57pm On May 01
Jiang:


What's wrong with a Bsc taking d responsiblity of a teaching assistant in a university.

You are living with the whites but still suffering from low self esteem,

Congrats to the kid, I just hope he does not grow with the mentality of white is superior to black like you did

Mumu! The principal is actually a black lady, Dr. Jackson. I did not talk about race or skin color; you are the inferior person who feels all PhDs in America must be white. I talked about a PhD holder being a Principal in an elementary or middle school, while in Nigeria you can hardly, if at all, see such.

Learn to crawl before jumping; think before spouting crap from you orifice shocked shocked shocked

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 10:08pm On May 01
Greetings! My name is Cindy Jackson, and it is with great excitement and humility to serve as the Principal of Hibbett Middle School.

https://www.florencek12.org/domain/1438

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by astrodome: 10:11pm On May 01
FSU:
Emeka Dimkpa (5th Grader aka Primary 5)
1. Awarded ''A Honor Roll'' (meaning he scored all As in his subject)
2. Awarded ''Top 5 Student'' (this means when all A scores are averaged he was among the top 5 best in the school). Unfortunately in America they don't award first, second and third positions as we do in Nigeria. So, it is unclear who of the 5 best was first, second or third. But this boy has consistently beaten his class mates in exams


Congrats, to the young man. We celebrate him now and hope he will be available to help put Nigeria into shape in the future.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by astrodome: 10:12pm On May 01
FSU:


Mumu! The principal is actually a black lady, Dr. Jackson. I did not talk about race or skin color; you are the inferior person who feels all PhDs in America must be white. I talked about a PhD holder being a Principal in an elementary or middle school, while in Nigeria you can hardly, if at all, see such.

Learn to crawl before jumping; think before spouting crap from you orifice shocked shocked shocked

The bobo just disgrace himself. You shut him up real good with evidence. So many assuming fools on Nairaland

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Adelaide2: 10:28pm On May 01
Congrats. from Ndi Igbo to Umu Ndi-Igbo. Blazing the trail

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by JubrinElSudan: 10:39pm On May 01
The boy is truly a DIMKPA "literally" . Look at how huge he is

Congrats Mekus

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by lilwetdick: 10:44pm On May 01
FSU:
Men! See the Principal of an Elementary School is a PhD holder (see last photo). In Naija you still have BSc teaching in Universities.

pls just shut up....phd holders are also principals of secondary schools in nigeria.

So stop hyping nonsense

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Adelaide2: 11:09pm On May 01
lilwetdick:


pls just shut up....phd holders are also principals of secondary schools in nigeria.

So stop hyping nonsense

5th Grade is elementary school, not secondary school. Did you at all read b4 posting? Indeed, so many fools on NL

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by lilwetdick: 11:11pm On May 01
Adelaide2:


5th Grade is elementary school, not secondary school. Did you at all read b4 posting? Indeed, so many fools on NL

many fools like you who write rubbish abt nigeria

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by lilwetdick: 11:15pm On May 01
Jiang:


What's wrong with a Bsc taking d responsiblity of a teaching assistant in a university.

You are living with the whites but still suffering from low self esteem,

Congrats to the kid, I just hope he does not grow with the mentality of white is superior to black like you did

the op is an illiterate.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Adelaide2: 11:36pm On May 01
lilwetdick:


the op is an illitrate.

Another mumu. Why not challenge the OP more intelligibly by showing any public elementary school in Nigeria whose principal or headmaster is a PhD holder.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by BULLIONVAN4(m): 11:43pm On May 01
Nwa Chukwu mere Eze,i bu Dimkpa neziokwu. Igbo ji gi eme onu. ga ba n'iru o!

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Jiang(m): 11:53pm On May 01
FSU:


Mumu! The principal is actually a black lady, Dr. Jackson. I did not talk about race or skin color; you are the inferior person who feels all PhDs in America must be white. I talked about a PhD holder being a Principal in an elementary or middle school, while in Nigeria you can hardly, if at all, see such.

Learn to crawl before jumping; think before spouting crap from you orifice shocked shocked shocked

lol, when did I say all PhDs must be white, this old man sef, very quick to degrade ur own country in favor of one which calls you monkeys immediately you turn ur back. Nigerias problems aside, but the way you people come online to glorify a country where you are nothing but an immigrant who isn't even exactly wanted while tarnishing the image of ur origins is really not cool. I really dislike grown ass man with inferiority complex

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 12:13am On May 02
Jiang:


lol, when did I say all PhDs must be white, this old man sef, very quick to degrade ur own country in favor of one which calls you monkeys immediately you turn ur back. Nigerias problems aside, but the way you people come online to glorify a country where you are nothing but an immigrant who isn't even exactly wanted while tarnishing the image of ur origins is really not cool. I really dislike grown ass man with inferiority complex

You are so inferior and recalcitrant. You could not tie my shoe lace outside Nairaland. Speaking about not being wanted as you spew your senseless crap again, I hope these photos choke you. Do you know what the photos mean in terms of my not being wanted?

Loser! Buhari apologist. When you prefer to be led by a certificateless person, how would you appreciate where a PhD holder is an elementary school principal?

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 12:18am On May 02
Adelaide2:


Another mumu. Why not challenge the OP more intelligibly by showing any public elementary school in Nigeria whose principal or headmaster is a PhD holder.

Universities in Nigeria don't even have enough PhDs, let alone have a PhD in public elementary schools. Na yam?

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by FSU: 12:30am On May 02
lilwetdick:


the op is an illitrate.

This idiot could not even spell illiterate. Very foolish idler.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Environer: 12:51am On May 02
FSU:


You are so inferior and recalcitrant. You could not tie my shoe lace outside Nairaland. Speaking about not being wanted as you spew your senseless crap again, I hope these photos choke you. Do you know what the photos mean in terms of my not being wanted?

Loser! Buhari apologist. When you prefer to be led by a certificateless person, how would you appreciate where a PhD holder is an elementary school principal?

You are intimidating these Ogbomosho chipmunks with your US passport. They think Igbo immigrants in the US are illegal like their Ijebu Ode brothers. grin

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Environer: 12:54am On May 02
FSU:
Emeka Dimkpa (5th Grader aka Primary 5)
1. Awarded ''A Honor Roll'' (meaning he scored all As in his subject)
2. Awarded ''Top 5 Student'' (this means when all A scores are averaged he was among the top 5 best in the school). Unfortunately in America they don't award first, second and third positions as we do in Nigeria. So, it is unclear who of the 5 best was first, second or third. But this boy has consistently beaten his class mates in exams

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Congrats Young man. Harvard material loading
Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by sleepking(m): 1:48am On May 02
Real niggar, congratulations.
Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by 9jaBloke: 1:49am On May 02
Three things:

Why join issues with a lil wet dìçk?

What drives tribal e-warriors? I've always wondered

Nairaland is a faceless forum with all kinds of people; young, old, sound, sick. Why take comments too seriously?

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Kingkun69(m): 1:52am On May 02
Jiang:


What's wrong with a Bsc taking d responsiblity of a teaching assistant in a university.

You are living with the whites but still suffering from low self esteem,

Congrats to the kid, I just hope he does not grow with the mentality of white is superior to black like you did
so u actually see nothing wrong with that u seriously see nothing wrong with that lawwwwddd

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Kingkun69(m): 1:54am On May 02
lilwetdick:


pls just shut up....phd holders are also principals of secondary schools in nigeria.

So stop hyping nonsense
olodo elementary is primary school

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Kingkun69(m): 1:56am On May 02
FSU:


You are so inferior and recalcitrant. You could not tie my shoe lace outside Nairaland. Speaking about not being wanted as you spew your senseless crap again, I hope these photos choke you. Do you know what the photos mean in terms of my not being wanted?

Loser! Buhari apologist. When you prefer to be led by a certificateless person, how would you appreciate where a PhD holder is an elementary school principal?
but guy u wicked sha see as u finish those olodos they Don log off grin

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by greenskittles: 2:17am On May 02
The point he was trying to pass across, even if he was kind of rude, is that there’s nothing wrong with a Bachelors Degree holder teaching in a university. In the United States there are lots of Teaching Assistants and Research Assistants with Bachelors degrees ONLY working in universities.
In addition to this, being a PhD holder isn’t something great IF you can’t work with kids, there are some principals who only have Early Childhood Education diplomas from community colleges and they are amazing at their jobs.
Also I don’t think the tribalism in some comments was necessary but that’s just my opinion.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by Elemosho478: 3:36am On May 02
Environer:


You are intimidating these Ogbomosho chipmunks with your US passport. They think Igbo immigrants in the US are illegal like their Ijebu Ode brothers. grin

Hmm it is really unbelievable that human being can think the way you think, so much foolishness and imbecility Park inside one brain.

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Re: Igbo Boy In The US. Let's Celebrate His Achievement by rex444(m): 3:52am On May 02
9jaBloke:
Three things:

Why join issues with a lil wet dìçk?

What drives tribal e-warriors? I've always wondered

Nairaland is a faceless forum with all kinds of people; young, old, sound, sick. Why take comments too seriously?
Abi oo

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