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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by EmzyT(m): 2:36pm On Jul 11
You dare not try this in the university I am.... If not, that particular guy in Native Blue bending down and pouring fuel to born the phones will not live to tell the Story


Him for don be food for Cultists cry
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by kvngceci: 2:37pm On Jul 11
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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Ebije1(m): 2:37pm On Jul 11
TundeeednuT:
Lecturers with MC oluomo IQ.

Why not charge them a token to retrieve their phones thereby generating revenues for the school
as in ehn!!! Some of these elders/leaders/office holders are so dumb and can't think outside the box. If you asked what they have gained from this action now, they will tell you stupid things like "this will serve as a lesson to others". Dumb asses always waiting for government to finance them.

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Rootprof(m): 2:38pm On Jul 11
Holy poo this is crazy ... Why not recycle it back to market or auction it to student in other schools or better still sell it back to the right owner.. just make something good out of it NOT DESTROY lipsrsealed
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Abolajihowells2: 2:38pm On Jul 11
Better fone no dey there joooor.. if them sell all d fones d money no reach buy iPhone 7
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by wakes(m): 2:39pm On Jul 11
What! It is never done! cool
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by wink2015: 2:39pm On Jul 11
INTERMAN:
Ibadan poly burnt phones seized during various Examinations in the university. What do you see about this gruesome action?


BARBARIC !

THE ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP OF IBADAN POLY IS TAKING US TO THE STONE AGE BY THEIR OLD SCHOOL METHOD OF APPROACH.

WE DO NOT HAVE BUT WE ARE DESTROYING INVENTIONS.

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by pantigha2(m): 2:41pm On Jul 11
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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by fkj950ax(m): 2:44pm On Jul 11
See free money from Legal Matter just wasting.

Sue the Poly ASAP
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Angelfrost: 2:45pm On Jul 11
First off, the truly expensive phones were not burnt... Forget that subterfuge you are seeing there...

Secondly, Can someone explain the essence of this publicity stunt? To make us value the school as a center of high quality education?

Thirdly, a school of high educational standard will not destroy devices that were designed to facilitate research via online publications.

Finally, Isn't this a clear violation of basic information rights of the students, does it mean people who gain admission cease to have rights? undecided
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by dalexy101037(m): 2:47pm On Jul 11
Two wrongs can never make a right. People are just useless in this country. Why can't they simply fine those culprit? Use the money for something meaningful, renovate somewhere, buy equipment to labs or just dash beggers the money. Why waste stuffs when we still live in poverty. We are crazy

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by radiolover(m): 2:48pm On Jul 11
What sort of act is this? These people carrying out this act, can they honestly swear they never cheated in an exam all their life before? Can they swear?
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by themanderon: 2:49pm On Jul 11
Stupidos. How A so called higher institution can do this is beyond me. Whoever came up with this idea should be sacked. What madness and waste of resources, not to even talk about the environmental pollution toxic fumes from those burning phones would bring.

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Ranks007(m): 2:51pm On Jul 11
life is truly unfair. I have never owned an andriod phone the last I got was amala from computer village now look at this... Lol
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by loomer: 2:52pm On Jul 11
Na these phones cost 15m, na rupees or what?
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Darlington1999(m): 2:54pm On Jul 11
Thank my own phone is not among this phone
If not I for invoke the sprit of that my phone for them
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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by stanisbaratheon: 2:58pm On Jul 11
Shame
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Nche95(m): 3:03pm On Jul 11
these Nokia torch and China phones worth millions?? you dey mad
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by nurez305(m): 3:03pm On Jul 11
Blackfire:
Ibadan people are very poor ..... See phones looking like shigidi \ arusi apiri api
don't mind them, they remove the expensive phone for their private use and burn those one that are worthless
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by OBIPLUS(m): 3:05pm On Jul 11
Still better , fine in return of the phone , after passing through a panel.
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Kabir2Mohammad(m): 3:06pm On Jul 11
The school Rector deserve flogging with iron rod

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by spencekat(m): 3:07pm On Jul 11
TundeeednuT:
Lecturers with MC oluomo IQ.

Why not charge them a token to retrieve their phones thereby generating revenues for the school
Correct
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Newmans: 3:07pm On Jul 11
Only them know the reason.
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by MManuel(m): 3:08pm On Jul 11
Imagining the money that would've been made off these phones in the streets. cry
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by bus1: 3:11pm On Jul 11
After the barbaric and idiotic lecturers have removed the Samsung phones for themselves.

Now they are burning plastic phones, with internal PCBs, capacitors & lithium ion batteries with TYRES.

In an educational institution where people should be going to LEARN about pollution and the environment.

The truth is that NO MATTER how much our educational institutions are funded, as long as they are operated by people with the average Nigerian mentality, there will be ZERO improvement in educational quality.

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Oxtertee: 3:12pm On Jul 11
Misplaced priorities, dpp student are yet to submit their 1st semester courses from 3wks after exam and the management are there burning mobile phones. Why not auction them off or recycle ♻ the panels. Sell the batteries, fancy casing, memory cards, screen, touch pads or better still fine the way you owners. I doubt if the iPhone 7 and Samsung edge seized from my coursemate is there.
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by obingo25(m): 3:12pm On Jul 11
the way this people are doing proofs they would be able to make the students concetrate.
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by eni4real(m): 3:13pm On Jul 11
Backward mentality!!!!
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Sluacoast(m): 3:14pm On Jul 11
GoodBoi1:
I see these phones have masking tapes on them probably with the ID of the owners written on them. Why didn't they just return them? Waste of money
There are possibilities that some of the student might bail their phones out why some wouldn't. It all comes with a huge price. So names are pasted on the device for easy identification and their dep numbers. Or probably their identification written on it immediately the culprit are caught for later trial if the needs arises.
Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by Vacora(m): 3:15pm On Jul 11
See f*%kwits from a so called higher educational institution destroying their environment? Burning phones which contains lithium batteries and other materials is dangerous and it will seep into the soil leaving carcinogenic products. Later now una dey ask for cancer treatment? Why not sell them or fine the owners? See mumus.

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Re: Ibadan Polytechnic Burnt Seized Phones Worth N15m (Photos) by vineyardfarms: 3:18pm On Jul 11
INTERMAN:
Ibadan poly burnt phones seized during various Examinations in the university. What do you see about this gruesome action?
WHY NOT SELL THE GOOD ONES TO GENERATE REVENUE, WHILE OTHERS GIVEN TO THE TECH DEPT TO BE USE FOR PRACTICUM. BUT HOW COME THE POLY DESTROYING WHAT THEY CANNOT PRODUCE? ARE THEY NUT?

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