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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Nobody: 9:52am On May 13, 2019
adewest1999:
Afonja to the world


The world to Afonja cheesy


Beware!!!


Waillers are coming for your head

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by ultron12345: 9:52am On May 13, 2019
Yoruba Amaka

Where are the IPOB swine? Many will have cerebrovascular accidents after reading this news

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by gaskiyamagana: 9:53am On May 13, 2019
Is this one no excellent pass two under age Yanmirins jambites of yesterday?
AFONJAS FATHER OF THEM ALL.

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Nobody: 9:54am On May 13, 2019
ultron12345:
Yoruba Amaka



Igbo Apaka


Hausa Ajoka

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Nobody: 9:55am On May 13, 2019
gaskiyamagana:
Is this one no excellent pass two under age Yanmirins jambites of yesterday?
AFONJAS FATHER OF THEM ALL.


Iyalaya everybody!!

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Ekpeitut: 9:55am On May 13, 2019
See opportunities created by a country that works for it's youths. In Nigeria our leaders don't celebrate geniuses only mediocre people..imagine BBN, gandollar, Buhari (yes I said it) angry

Shine on son! Someday I hope we get it right in Nigeria.
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Pavore9: 9:55am On May 13, 2019
YouthLord:


Yes we have the best universities in the world.

How many foreign students are trooping in to study in those universities?
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Nobody: 9:56am On May 13, 2019
if say na igbo boy, chest beaters for not allow us here word again

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by lexy2014: 10:00am On May 13, 2019
Freddyw:
Nice one. Hard work pays, no matter the country u are from

He should come and do d hardwork here in Nigeria. Unilag or Delsu will give him admission

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Obamaofusa: 10:00am On May 13, 2019
DKOKO3:
No sir. Our service is quite different. we connect the working class going to the same direction to a premium ride when you subscribe to share a ride with us.

As in?
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by IvyGRush: 10:03am On May 13, 2019
Your Mates are here ooo writing JAMB by Impersonation and by other fraudulent means to get Admission to the University. Yet Graduates half-baked and unemployable from same University.

Soar High Brother. Am Addicted to your type
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Obamaofusa: 10:03am On May 13, 2019
lexy2014:


They are smashing from over there not from here in Nigeria

They are smashing the world positively from here too.
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Freddyw(m): 10:04am On May 13, 2019
lexy2014:


He should come and do d hardwork here in Nigeria. Unilag or Delsu will give him admission
Lol. They won't give him the quality education he is receiving abroad. That's the difference
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by lexy2014: 10:07am On May 13, 2019
Freddyw:

Lol. They won't give him the quality education he is receiving abroad. That's the difference

They will frustrate his life

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Obamaofusa: 10:07am On May 13, 2019
Freddyw:

Lol. They won't give him the quality education he is receiving abroad. That's the difference

A couple vof Nigerian Universities rank among the best in the world too.
Make your research.Our leaders are the ones pulling us back.Nigerians are very brilliant.
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by lexy2014: 10:09am On May 13, 2019
Obamaofusa:


They are smashing the world positively from here too.

This was ur statement

"Nigerians have been smashing those Ivy League Universities like lightning."


Pls give examples of Nigerians that are doing this from here in Nigeria
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by lexy2014: 10:11am On May 13, 2019
Obamaofusa:


A couple vof Nigerian Universities rank among the best in the world too.
Make your research.Our leaders are the ones pulling us back.Nigerians are very brilliant.

So y did d guy not come to Nigeria to complete his education in music? Which Nigerian university can give d young man d kind of education those universities are offering?

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by oduademonest: 10:15am On May 13, 2019
Afonja Amaka










Thank God I am not yeibo

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Freddyw(m): 10:18am On May 13, 2019
lexy2014:


They will frustrate his life
So much
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Freddyw(m): 10:22am On May 13, 2019
Obamaofusa:


A couple vof Nigerian Universities rank among the best in the world too.
QMake your research.Our leaders are the ones pulling us back.Nigerians are very brilliant.
You are right and that's the more reason he can't study here in Nigeria wen he has various choices from good Universities abroad
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Obamaofusa: 10:41am On May 13, 2019
Freddyw:

You are right and that's the more reason he can't study here in Nigeria wen he has various choices from good Universities abroad


We have gotten very good students from here too who are some of the best in the world now.


Check these scholars out.They started from Nigeria...


Ufot Ekong

In his first semester at Tokai University, Japan, Akwa Ibom native, Ufot Ekong, solved a mathematical puzzle that students have been unable to solve for three decades. The 24year old didn’t stop at that, he went on to break a 50 year old academic record by graduating the ‘Best All Rounder’ with a first-class degree in electrical engineering, and getting the highest grades the university had witnessed in 50 years.

The remarkable young man didn’t achieve these feats on a gold platter, Ekong worked two jobs to pay his tuition through school, and runs a retail wears and accessories shop in Japan called Strictly African Japan.


Ufot Ekong
Credit – Pragmatismo
Ekong’s talents aren’t limited to academia; the young lad is also a linguist – fluent in Japanese, French, and Yoruba, and had won a Japanese language award for foreigners. Currently working for Nissan, while undergoing a Master’s Degree programme in Electric/Electronic Systems Engineering, Ufot Ekong already has two patents under his name for developing an electric car.

Dr Victor Olalusi

Three months ago, Dr Victor Olalusi was honoured by the Federal Ministry of Education


Nigeria for being an ambassador of excellence. As a medical student, Olalusi scored a 5.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) for seven consecutive years at the Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU), Moscow. This made him the best graduating student in the whole Russian Federation in 2013.

Olalusi never fell below 5.0 in all the courses he took throughout his course of study, not even in the Russian language class. Prior to achieving this feat, this phenomenal young man had a string of notable achievements – Best WAEC result Nigeria, 2004, Cowbell Award in 2006, Highest Post UME score at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in 2006, OAU Medicine First Merit list in 2006.


Victor Olalusi
For his astounding academic performance, the RNRMU placed Olalusi in the institution’s hall of fame for academic excellence. At the event organized to honour Olalusi, Artem Romanov, a representative of the Russian Embassy, said that Nigerians are blessed with abundant human potential, “It has been acknowledged in the Russian Ministry of Education that Nigerians have a lot of exceptional talents.”

Osarieme Omonuwa

At 22, Osarieme Anita Omonuwa bagged a first class honour at the University of Reading, United Kingdom, making her the first black woman to win the Reading University Chancellor’s Award in the history of the 121-year-old institution.

Just like Ufot Ekong, Omonuwa was awarded a total of six prizes – Student of the year, Best female graduating student, Council of Legal Education Star Prize, amongst others.

Omonuwa has always been a star child, always topping her class, right from her kindergarten days. In the 2008/2009 academic session at the Igbinedion education Centre, Benin City, she took home several prizes, including that of the best graduating student.


Osarieme Omonuwa
Credit – Rising Africa
On her arrival in the United Kingdom, Omonuwa received the University of Reading scholarship award in 2010, and was also recognized as the best student in the international foundation programme.

The 22 year old was once described by her university chancellor, Sir John Madejski, as “a representative of our brightest and best students.” And to celebrate Nigeria’s centenary last year, Osarieme Omonuwa’s photographs donned the walls of the institution as a symbol of excellence.

Oluwatobi Olasunkanmi

In July, 24 year old son of former Minister of Youth Development, Oluwatobi Olasunkanmi, was awarded the William Charnley Prize for excelling at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Olasunkanmi graduated with the best First Class in Law at the renowned university, and was also the only black student in the graduating set.

Dr Philip Johnson, a senior tutor at the university, congratulated Olasunkanmi, “Many congratulations on obtaining the best Hughes Hall First Class in your BA in Law. In recognition, the College has awarded you with the William Charnley Prize.”

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by SoNature(m): 10:47am On May 13, 2019
lexy2014:

Not just brilliance but Brilliance in d right environment. U wouldn't have heard of this guy if he was in Nigeria

Not entirely true.

Since he is brilliant, he would score 400 in UTME and shut down the Internet
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by lexy2014: 10:50am On May 13, 2019
SoNature:


Not entirely true.

Since he is brilliant, he would score 400 in UTME and shut down the Internet

What is d benefit of shutting down d internet? How does that translate into quality education 4a child in Nigeria?
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by SoNature(m): 10:52am On May 13, 2019
lexy2014:


What is d benefit of shutting down d internet? How does that translate into quality education 4a child in Nigeria?

Now, you are changing the subject grin
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by TotoNaRubber: 10:53am On May 13, 2019
Brilliant ipod yoot right there unlike the other guys who specialize in sm
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by lexy2014: 10:54am On May 13, 2019
SoNature:


Now, you are changing the subject grin

We are still on d subject since u say a 400 score in jamb will shut down d internet. What does that translate in terms of quality education in Nigeria since u said environment doesn't matter?
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Freddyw(m): 11:02am On May 13, 2019
Obamaofusa:



We have gotten very good students from here too who are some of the best in the world now.


Check these scholars out.They started from Nigeria...


Ufot Ekong

In his first semester at Tokai University, Japan, Akwa Ibom native, Ufot Ekong, solved a mathematical puzzle that students have been unable to solve for three decades. The 24year old didn’t stop at that, he went on to break a 50 year old academic record by graduating the ‘Best All Rounder’ with a first-class degree in electrical engineering, and getting the highest grades the university had witnessed in 50 years.

The remarkable young man didn’t achieve these feats on a gold platter, Ekong worked two jobs to pay his tuition through school, and runs a retail wears and accessories shop in Japan called Strictly African Japan.


Ufot Ekong
Credit – Pragmatismo
Ekong’s talents aren’t limited to academia; the young lad is also a linguist – fluent in Japanese, French, and Yoruba, and had won a Japanese language award for foreigners. Currently working for Nissan, while undergoing a Master’s Degree programme in Electric/Electronic Systems Engineering, Ufot Ekong already has two patents under his name for developing an electric car.

Dr Victor Olalusi

Three months ago, Dr Victor Olalusi was honoured by the Federal Ministry of Education


Nigeria for being an ambassador of excellence. As a medical student, Olalusi scored a 5.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) for seven consecutive years at the Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU), Moscow. This made him the best graduating student in the whole Russian Federation in 2013.

Olalusi never fell below 5.0 in all the courses he took throughout his course of study, not even in the Russian language class. Prior to achieving this feat, this phenomenal young man had a string of notable achievements – Best WAEC result Nigeria, 2004, Cowbell Award in 2006, Highest Post UME score at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in 2006, OAU Medicine First Merit list in 2006.


Victor Olalusi
For his astounding academic performance, the RNRMU placed Olalusi in the institution’s hall of fame for academic excellence. At the event organized to honour Olalusi, Artem Romanov, a representative of the Russian Embassy, said that Nigerians are blessed with abundant human potential, “It has been acknowledged in the Russian Ministry of Education that Nigerians have a lot of exceptional talents.”

Osarieme Omonuwa

At 22, Osarieme Anita Omonuwa bagged a first class honour at the University of Reading, United Kingdom, making her the first black woman to win the Reading University Chancellor’s Award in the history of the 121-year-old institution.

Just like Ufot Ekong, Omonuwa was awarded a total of six prizes – Student of the year, Best female graduating student, Council of Legal Education Star Prize, amongst others.

Omonuwa has always been a star child, always topping her class, right from her kindergarten days. In the 2008/2009 academic session at the Igbinedion education Centre, Benin City, she took home several prizes, including that of the best graduating student.


Osarieme Omonuwa
Credit – Rising Africa
On her arrival in the United Kingdom, Omonuwa received the University of Reading scholarship award in 2010, and was also recognized as the best student in the international foundation programme.

The 22 year old was once described by her university chancellor, Sir John Madejski, as “a representative of our brightest and best students.” And to celebrate Nigeria’s centenary last year, Osarieme Omonuwa’s photographs donned the walls of the institution as a symbol of excellence.

Oluwatobi Olasunkanmi

In July, 24 year old son of former Minister of Youth Development, Oluwatobi Olasunkanmi, was awarded the William Charnley Prize for excelling at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Olasunkanmi graduated with the best First Class in Law at the renowned university, and was also the only black student in the graduating set.

Dr Philip Johnson, a senior tutor at the university, congratulated Olasunkanmi, “Many congratulations on obtaining the best Hughes Hall First Class in your BA in Law. In recognition, the College has awarded you with the William Charnley Prize.”

Excellent, but they all have one thing in common, which is studying abroad during their University days to further enhance their knowledge and achieve a better education based on their environment

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Obamaofusa: 11:07am On May 13, 2019
Freddyw:


Excellent, but they all have one thing in common, which is studying abroad during their University days to further enhance their knowledge and achieve a better education based on their environment

lol,you are right..
Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by seangy4konji: 11:09am On May 13, 2019
No assuu strike there..no nysc..NEPA deh..food deh..internet deh..security deh..brain go sharp

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Re: Tamilore Awolesi Offered Scholarships By 7 US Ivy League Universities by Ryan03(m): 11:23am On May 13, 2019
YouthLord:
He should come to a Nigerian university to study grin grin
See this guy o, na him village people send you come abi? You won kill the guy career?

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