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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by dazzlingd: 10:12am On May 11
baqina:


Their is no pure truth in what he said...his statement.."You are cautioned that university degrees do not usher you into an El Dorado"...this is a bad statement coming from a President. What will happen to fate of millions of students that are studying and seeing this statement from d president.
That students are not getting the right education is another topic entirely.They have subject themselves to the system ,it is now left for d government to ensure quality,student can't provide quality education.

Government led by d president is supposed to provide enable environment for u to succeed after ur studies but inferring that education will not quarantee future is absolutely wrong..Going for further studies supposed to be optional not for me to get my first job on that premise.

OK no vex, University degree will usher you into El-Dorado. So go get one and start living large in millions.

Are u happy now?

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by Olatunji1929: 10:14am On May 11
baqina:


Buhari statement is like God telling a couple dt have been married for years without children to look elsewhere for their miracle,that he can't help them...
By his statement, Buhari is suggesting alternative to education.... people that are educated are frustrated and the government by ds statement is saying dey should look elsewhere......where are they going to look at.... check Instagram and see how Nigerians are struggling
kidnappings,yahoo or highway robbery those are the jobs that can usher us to an eldorado
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by Yankee101: 10:16am On May 11
Says a man who has no degree and came to power initially with guns

It's unfortunate that Nigerians forget easily if not Buhari would never have become a civilian President

Same person stopped feeding of university students, laundry and stipends. If you go to any first generation university you'll see the large canteens abandoned or repurposed.

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by dazzlingd: 10:18am On May 11
emmanuelWord:



I sure u don't understand what it's mean to be a graduate!

Oh you are a graduate! I guess the whole town should slaughter a cow and beat drums for you... Mstcheew, it's like you are still living in 1960...this is 2019 man and the word graduate means no shittt no more
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by declassicist: 10:21am On May 11
The summary of this statement is that this present administration is not ready to do any thing to solve the problem of unemployment.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by OkpaNsukkaisBae(m): 10:21am On May 11
mistijude:
[sup][/sup]The statement,though credited to PMB shouldn't be totally seen as the one talking.It is minister of state for education that said that.Who even knows whether he sees PMB before going there.


Heard about government delegation or Delegation of Power.?

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by dazzlingd: 10:21am On May 11
charliboy654:

It's more like saying education is not important.

You can interpret it any damn way u wish to interpret it, .....must you people fault.?? Even if the man Buhari makes a simple statement as Mothers are beautiful, una go still find epistle of faults in that.... Gerrariah mehn

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by Originalsly: 10:22am On May 11
StevenOba:


My point is a typical Nigerian graduate thinks he is entitled to the job just because he has some half assed 1st class without understanding the industry or skills needed to thrive in the industry. The difference between these two group of applicants was one group applied themselves and the others stopped learning as soon as they got out of school. So PMB is absolutely right on this one.


This is exactly what Buhari is talking about....but they wouldn't grab.

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by dazzlingd: 10:24am On May 11
baqina:


I understand d statement...If we Nigerians are looking at problems, d president is supposed to look at d solution.
Sir,wch box am I thinking of...I stayed in school to get educated for 5 yrs and some even went as far as getting PhD,yet they have no way to go.. Doctors are becoming jobless..Our graduates that are not making it in Nigeria are traveling to other countries and becoming heroes...so many graduates are thinking outside d box by being okada rider,Keke riders,tailors,make up artists etc yet they are still frustrated..

How do we think outside d box when d enabling environment....is he suggesting Yahoo as other options?

Guy u go school at all,? What's all these epistle about feeling like nairaland activist....ok, he is suggesting yahoo and rituals, so go fvk yourself and die
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by justman911(m): 10:24am On May 11
qanda:
True. The minister of education his simply saying that graduates must ensure they acquire relevant skills, innovate and be creative. Many graduates do not have basic computing and digital skills upon graduation. So go ahead to undergo their NYSC and play a way the time/opportunity...who do you blame for this?


....and whose fault is it that they lack digital and computing skills?
Am I a computer science student that needs to understand several programme languages?
In my university I was taught how to use a computer well enough. Excel PowerPoint and other basic computer software plus several programs necessary for data analysis in my field. The government should restructure their system to include things like these as other countries have done.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by udemzyudex(m): 10:24am On May 11
Tell that to your children first.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by dazzlingd: 10:27am On May 11
justman911:


....and whose fault is it that they lack digital and computing skills?
Am I a computer science student that needs to understand several programme languages?
In my university I was taught how to use a computer well enough. Excel PowerPoint and other basic computer software plus several programs necessary for data analysis in my field. The government should restructure their system to include things like these as other countries have done.


You know excel feeling like a champion, chai this country Don suffer with semi illiterates feeling so arroganr.....plz fold your hands in 2019 saying you have learnt enough and should be handed a fat paying salary job....

Go outside and see kids of 14 doing mad programming and yet dem never reach...
this one sef call himself graduate... plz once u graduate from school, go and sit on the iron throne expecting 500k starting salary

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by baqina(m): 10:28am On May 11
StevenOba:

Wow dude I know you have a thing for BUBU. But honestly you sound way too brilliant to be going off point bro. He said " a degree won't necessarily usher you into an El Dorado" . He is not saying don't get a degree, he is not saying degree won't get you out of poverty. What he is saying is just getting that degree alone won't get you that dream job, you have to back it up with soft skills that will make you employable period.

I have nothing against Buhari and during d last election,I was shouting his name up and down.

But on ds statement,I will disagree with him..d summary of his statement is "u people should not think u arrive,u never arrive ooo,start thinking of wat to do with your certificate and d certificate is not even anything".......

By that statement,he had sent a wrong signal to d student population.I know those that are working in d north to educate d Almajiris and reduce d illiteracy level in d north.We all know d reality but d president saying this into our face is absolutely wrong....

The eldorado he is saying is not waiting for d Nigerian graduates is waiting for his own children.How did his son got money to buy power bike of around N5m....If dt amount is giving to some of d graduates,give them few years,they will build an empire.

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by famouscargo4u: 10:29am On May 11
Jaqenhghar:

You are arguing with someone without an opinion of his own. Anything Buhari is good and true. If Buhari call his mum a hoe he will say it is true. Just leave that one. He is beysond redemption

You fool! I don't blame you, i know your type kick your parents to wake them from sleep. Hatred for people doesn't change reality. If a mad man tella you grass is green, you may choose not to believe it becausw the statement is from a mad man.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by illiteratepmb: 10:30am On May 11
So says an imbecilic illiterate.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by meeztaadewale(m): 10:32am On May 11
famouscargo4u:


Not even in the US or UK are you guaranteed wealth for being a graduate, that exactly is the point. You might get jobs no doubt but it is not a leeway into success.

Not guaranteed wealth but are we even guaranteed basic necessities of Life! It's a very bad statement from a President of a failing country.

His statement is wrong! The educational system is flawed. We grew up with the mentality that the vocational skills are for drop outs and all we need to secure a better life and afford basic necessities of life is to go to the university and all but that was all a lie! Even some of our parent won't even let us learn any handiwork cuz they also believed in the system until now.

Now, there are so many graduates with no adequate organizations or bodies to employ them. For example, where do you expect a graduate of insurance to work when people and many companies can't afford insurance? When the insurance companies are dying because of the poor state of the economy? Or should I say Geography? Or Sociology? Or psychology? Education? history and international studies? Languages? And so on..

Nobody is asking for wealth. Everyone wants to be able to afford basic things in life. Do you think having a car is luxury or a necessity? If you think it's luxury, then I can't argue with you anymore.

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by famouscargo4u: 10:33am On May 11
justman911:


....and whose fault is it that they lack digital and computing skills?
Am I a computer science student that needs to understand several programme languages?
In my university I was taught how to use a computer well enough. Excel PowerPoint and other basic computer software plus several programs necessary for data analysis in my field. The government should restructure their system to include things like these as other countries have done.


Your university has done its part,you should equip yourself too. These days IT skills are required in almost all fields beyond the microsoft office tools. Just find out the one relevant to your field.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by TruthinAction: 10:34am On May 11
baqina:


Their is no pure truth in what he said...his statement.."You are cautioned that university degrees do not usher you into an El Dorado"...this is a bad statement coming from a President. What will happen to fate of millions of students that are studying and seeing this statement from d president.
That students are not getting the right education is another topic entirely.They have subject themselves to the system ,it is now left for d government to ensure quality,student can't provide quality education.

Government led by d president is supposed to provide enable environment for u to succeed after ur studies but inferring that education will not quarantee future is absolutely wrong..Going for further studies supposed to be optional not for me to get my first job on that premise.

He said it to console himself in his inability to acquire a university education. What else do you expect from a President who couldn't produce his WEAC certificate?

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by justman911(m): 10:34am On May 11
StevenOba:
Nigerian youths always defending their lack of foresight and proper skillset. They always keep going on about how ' if you don't know anybody you can't get a job in Nigeria' says who? Just last week we were seriously looking for applicants that has soft skills such as Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Analytical Reasoning. We had 10 1st class candidates from very reputable universities across Nigeria and 3 second class uppers from foreign schools. The first class applicants were talking and acting like secondary students it was so embarrassing, the other 3 foreign students spoke with confidence and used all the right terminologies they clearly had idea of what they were talking about. They all had no work experience but we discovered that for months the 3 foreign students had been on YouTube understanding the industry, finding out skills that was needed in the field, utilising LinkedIn by checking out others that was already in the industry etc.

My point is a typical Nigerian graduate thinks he is entitled to the job just because he has some half assed 1st class without understanding the industry or skills needed to thrive in the industry. The difference between these two group of applicants was one group applied themselves and the others stopped learning as soon as they got out of school. So PMB is absolutely right on this one.


I get your point, but I believe the president should only be making such comments if he's doing anything to change things. I study in Europe, and I must tell you that studying here changes everything about one's mentality. The style is practical and straight to the point. For instance, by the time I graduate, I should have done at least one year of serious internship in a real life setting relating to my field.

I use modern equipments and just as a formality I'm made to use the older equipments to at least know how they work. I will likely just sneak out with a 4.something GpA but inside me I'm so confident that I know what I'm doing.

The average first class Nigerian cannot make these comments cos the system is a mess and opportunities are too far between. I have classmates that are in school cheating their way through, but las las as long as they understand basics that will earn them their degree, they'd still earn a decent living unlike in Nigeria.

So the president should not throw stones, he's a huge part of the problem. The least he could do is appoint competent and innovative people in positions

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by MetaPhysical: 10:37am On May 11
baqina:


Totally disagree Sir. What will now guarantee a future. A President coming from a region that is less educated and having millions of out of school children should not have uttered this.

The president is wrong on this. There are different levels of education,not necessarily university.My cousin is a welder in Canada and highly educated in that field.
What will now guarantee a bright future?.I hope he is not referring to Yahoo.

You spoke from an uneducated perspective.

What is education?
A tool that empowers an individual to improve himself/herself - Prof Sophie Oluwole.

Many of us get education but beyond that fail to achieve the goal for self-improvement.

What is self-improvement?
Anything that adds value to the dignity and attainment of security and self-worth.
A graduate that goes to get training and becomes a plumber or a electrician will soon become self-sufficient in his ability to have his own apartment, feed himself, date and marry and keep a household. His mate out on the street roaming around with his resume, knocking doors looking for employment will soon land in nairaland looking for financial assistance to feed.

Get the message and dont allow partisan politics to block your reasoning. Buhari is on point!

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by justman911(m): 10:38am On May 11
famouscargo4u:


Your university has done its part,you should equip yourself too. These days IT skills are required in almost all fields beyond the microsoft office tools. Just find out the one relevant to your field.

...and I clearly mentioned that I learn to use them. For instance, no one is taking you in for quality control if you can't use Cp Atlas or a similar analysis software.

My point is, it should be included in a university's curriculum at least.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by LZAA: 10:42am On May 11
immhotep:

Fake WAEC and forged NYSC is what APC requires
grin grin

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by famouscargo4u: 10:42am On May 11
justman911:


...and I clearly mentioned that I learn to use them. For instance, no one is taking you in for quality control if you can't use Cp Atlas or a similar analysis software.

My point is, it should be included in a university's curriculum at least.

In as much as i agree that the universities curriculum needs an overhauling, you should note that, the university cannot teach you everything. I don't know who waa taught how to write a CV in the university or how to prepare for interview.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by Gr8amechi: 10:43am On May 11
baqina:


Totally disagree Sir. What will now guarantee a future. A President coming from a region that is less educated and having millions of out of school children should not have uttered this.

The president is wrong on this. There are different levels of education,not necessarily university.My cousin is a welder in Canada and highly educated in that field.
What will now guarantee a bright future?.I hope he is not referring to Yahoo.
Maybe you didn't read the article because you just repeated same thing.
He said "university education" meaning carrying degree without content in you will take you no where and that's the bitter truth, you are am engineer who don't understand anything about an engine or a computer scientist by degree but don't understand even basic programming language.
Truth is Nigeria university system needs urgent review and total overhauling of curriculum
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by baqina(m): 10:44am On May 11
dazzlingd:


Guy u go school at all,? What's all these epistle about feeling like nairaland activist....ok, he is suggesting yahoo and rituals, so go fvk yourself and die

Guy,I graduated 10years ago and was lucky to get a job d second month I finished NYSC..I know d amount I sent to my friends out of my salary when I was newly recruited..
I know some folks with the thought of let's get additional certificates that are now chartered accountant, PhD holders , medical doctors etc dt are jobless... Even those dt managed to secured job and have necessary certificates have been sent packing...A medical doctor of mine is thinking of going to the north cos he heard there are vacancies for doctors...the highest he has ever earned is 70-80k as locum...

Guys are really trying,some even got married with the hope maybe d children will give them luck...when it comes to degrees and certificates , Nigerians have them in abundance.The government dt supposed to provide succour is saying we should look elsewhere......where should we look at again.

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by Martinez39: 10:44am On May 11
famouscargo4u:


He said the pure truth. You need to hone your skills, acquire more trainings to stand out among many people. Have you ever wondered how companies keep advertising vacancies almost every week YET many people can't still get job?
People need to horn their skills and the government should provide the platform for these skills to be displayed and profitable to the society and those who have them. In developed countries, if you are talented in playing chess, the platform and cash juicy tournaments to demonstrate and develop your talent and tour the world are abundant but over here, its pathetic. Why is it that in soccer, African players are usually the victims of fraudulent football agents? Where is the official body to put such agents in check?

People have their parts to play and the government have their parts to play. When there are no platforms, people lose incentive. There are no serious Physics research facilities in this country and no great jobs for most Physicists hence many Nigerians don't see knowing advanced Physics as important. The stifling of skilled people by the government in not creating platforms makes people to lose incentive in developing certain skills and it makes people think all about money. Not everyone is cut out to be an entrepreneur. Some people are better off with a job.

If you go to America, you see STEM graduates(especially physics, maths, engineering and medical students) carrying themselves with pride. Why? Because there are good paying jobs for them that gives them the incentive to keep developing their skills and at the end of the day, they keep the level of science and technology of their countries at the highest level. Little surprise that they win Nobel Prizes and students take pride in studying these courses. What hope is there for physicists and engineers in this country? To teach in secondary schools? To work in banks? So what are the incentives to attain knowledge of Physics and Engineering at the highest level? Little wonder we lag in scientific and technological innovation and we depend on other countries for our phones, cars, TV, cameras etc. and this doesn't look like stopping anytime soon.

Let's not kid ourselves. Citizens will horn their skills but when government doesn't create platforms/jobs for many skills to thrive, people lose incentive. Government needs to be serious about human capital. Our hospitals and university facilities in science and engineering departments are deteriorating and where never sufficient to begin with. In medical school, I was told by the histology lab attendant that the slides we were using are old slides. The hotels are deteriorating with no sign of improvement. Government needs to step up and they are lagging by a million miles. People need to horn their skills, I agree but government must take education and human capital seriously by creating platforms/well paying jobs if academic knowledge must flourish and benefit society. These platforms must also be improved and upgraded continually. It's a shame that doctors are living the country but nothing is being done about that. Does this government look serious to you? Even our sports sector is laughable. Someone who is talented in playing baseball in America can become a multimillionaire but would that be the case in Nigeria?

It's easy for the government to brand citizens lazy and blame them for not having the apt skill but why don't they look at themselves and ask "what incentive and platforms do we create?", "the existing facilities that are insufficient are deteriorating, what have we done about that?" Blaming the citizens is like the government blaming a man for not having the skill to skip a pothole when they could have fixed the pothole. Though graduates are not entitled to a job but any serious government and society would take human capital and platforms/job creation very seriously. In the long run, it is a win for the government, citizens and society.

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by dazzlingd: 10:46am On May 11
baqina:


Guy,I graduated 10years ago and was lucky to get a job d second month I finished NYSC..I know d amount I sent to my friends out of my salary when I was newly recruited..
I know some folks with the thought of let's get additional certificates that are now chartered accountant, PhD holders , medical doctors etc dt are jobless... Even those dt managed to secured job and have necessary certificates have been sent packing...A medical doctor of mine is thinking of going to the north cos he heard there are vacancies for doctors...the highest he has ever earned is 70-80k as locum...

Guys are really trying,some even got married with the hope maybe d children will give them luck...when it comes to degrees and certificates , Nigerians have them in abundance.The government dt supposed to provide succour is saying we should look elsewhere......where should we look at again.

That you did not return my insult, I respect you sir.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by famouscargo4u: 10:47am On May 11
Martinez39:
People need to horn their skills and the government should provide the platform for these skills to be displayed and profitable to the society and those who have them. In developed countries, if you are talented in playing chess, the platform and cash juicy tournaments to demonstrate and develop your talent and tour the world are abundant but over here, its pathetic. Why is it that in soccer, African players are usually the victims of fraudulent football agents? Where is the official body to put such agents in check?

People have their parts to play and the government have their parts to play. When there are no platforms, people lose incentive. There are no serious Physics research facilities in this country and no great jobs for most Physicists hence many Nigerians don't see knowing advanced Physics as important. The stifling of skilled people by the government in not creating platforms makes people to lose incentive in developing certain skills and it makes people think all about money. Not everyone is cut out to be an entrepreneur. Some people are better off with a job.

If you go to America, you see STEM graduates(especially physics, maths, engineering and medical students) carrying themselves with pride. Why? Because there are good paying jobs for them that gives them the incentive to keep developing their skills and at the end of the day, they keep the level of science and technology of their countries at the highest level. Little surprise that they win Nobel Prizes and students take pride in studying these courses. What hope is there for physicists and engineers in this country? To teach in secondary schools? To work in banks? So what are the incentives to attain knowledge of Physics and Engineering at the highest level? Little wonder we lag in scientific and technological innovation and we depend on other countries for our phones, cars, TV, cameras etc. and this doesn't look like stopping anytime soon.

Let's not kid ourselves. Citizens will horn their skills but when government doesn't create platforms/jobs for many skills to thrive, people lose incentive. Government needs to be serious about human capital. Our hospitals and university facilities in science and engineering departments are deteriorating and where never sufficient to begin with. In medical school, I was told by the histology lab attendant that the slides we were using are old slides. The hotels are deteriorating with no sign of improvement. Government needs to step up and they are lagging by a million miles. People need to horn their skills, I agree but government must take education and human capital seriously by creating platforms/well paying jobs if academic knowledge must flourish and benefit society. These platforms must also be improved and upgraded continually. It's a shame that doctors are living the country but nothing is being done about that. Does this government look serious to you? Even our sports sector is laughable. Someone who is talented in playing baseball in America can become a multimillionaire but would that be the case in Nigeria?

It's easy for the government to brand citizens lazy and blame them for not having the apt skill but why don't they look at themselves and ask "what incentive and platforms do we create?", "the existing facilities that are insufficient are deteriorating, what have we done about that?" Blaming the citizens is like the government blaming a man for not having the skill to skip a pothole when they could have fixed the pothole.
You are very correct. There is a systemic failure and the goverment does not have the welfare of its citizens at heart.
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by BenzEne1(m): 10:49am On May 11
Mrchippychappy:
He is 100% correct, in Nigeria, A University degree doesn't guarantee success. Take the president for example, he doesn't have a secondary school certificate, a university certificate, he doesn't even have a primary school certificate all he has is his NEPA bill and yet he became the president of the federal republic of Nigeria, isn't Allah wonderful? Abeg leave talk joor, University degree is useless.

What has Allah got to do with this now? Can't you make your point without throwing shades Una dey make person taya I swear. Later when fanatics go wrap bomb kon blow una now, you'll be screaming terrorist up and dan .

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by justman911(m): 10:49am On May 11
dazzlingd:


You know excel feeling like a champion, chai this country Don suffer with semi illiterates feeling so arroganr.....plz fold your hands in 2019 saying you have learnt enough and should be handed a fat paying salary job....

Go outside and see kids of 14 doing mad programming and yet dem never reach...
this one sef call himself graduate... plz once u graduate from school, go and sit on the iron throne expecting 500k starting salary

You just made yourself look very dumb and ignorant. I'm a student and my field has no business with any programming languages.
Built a plain website when I was much younger with basic HTML and CSS but didn't enjoy the whole coding thing so i left it and switched to video editing and photography which I love.

I am exposed to all the technological equipments necessary for my work as part of my studies.
I use advanced softwares that you can't even dream of operating if you open them.

All of you shouting IT up and down cos you built a website and two mobile apps are just very funny. You think sitting in front of a computer makes you a genius and every other person is ignorant. Come and build me a spectrophotometer or an MRI machine then we'll talk.

By the time you spend a full day on analysis for API concentration in a drug you'll know life is beyond python and laravel

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Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by justman911(m): 10:50am On May 11
BenzEne1:


What has Allah got to do with this now? Can't you make your point without throwing shades Una dey make person taya I swear. Later when fanatics go wrap bomb kon blow una now, you'll be screaming terrorist up and dan .

cheesy cheesy grin

Abeg no kill me with laugh
Re: Buhari: University Degrees Won’t Necessarily Usher You Into An El Dorado by emae009(m): 10:50am On May 11
those saying the president is right are not totally wrong as well as those saying the president is wrong. the truth is that such a statement shouldn't be uttered by the president of a country. if you liken the situation to the CEO of a multinational saying coming to work in my company won't get you your full salary at the end of the month, the stock of that company will fall before the close of the market. at this point it's not about the statement, it's about the person making the statement.
even though he is saying the youth shouldn't relax because they have a degree, he shouldn't be saying it directly because it gives a negative vibe.

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