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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Iamgrey5(m): 6:59am On Aug 22
GTkester:




Oga, I'm not belittling anything. I'm happy with the news, but I'm just saying it's not something that calls for a nationwide celebration. Celebrating this kind of news makes us even look less serious.

So you're telling me that if say 20 Chinese students or even South African students got admission into a UK Ivy league while none of their schools is in the top 1000 colleges that these countries will pop Champaign?

Listen there's something called national pride and believe me, whenever I hear Nigerians talk, I don't get to see that. Infact, if anything I see the opposite of it.

At this stage, what a nation that had its independence since 1960 should be celebrating is that her citizen got admission in a UK top school. Are you kidding me??

While even countries that birthed many years after us are celebrating having schools that run exchange programs with top schools in UK and US.

To be honest, I love this news. But it kinda makes me sick when the west throws garbage at us and we start rejoicing over it. Does that make sense??

How many third world countries have their universities among the best in the world?


Even China's Tingua is not among the top 20 of any list in the world.

We are going to keep celebrating hard working Nigerians who work hard to distinguish themselves and re brand the image of our country abroad whether you like it or not.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Nobody: 7:12am On Aug 22
LegendHero:


I don’t know how I missed this comment. If I had known you are another hateful Ibo, I wouldn’t have dignified you with a sensible reply.

I had this kind of argument with one Ibo guy (Tobrasky) before about sampling number of Nigerians in USA universities that are Yoruba and Igbos. When he saw the result of the sampling we both did together, he had no choice than to accept the Yorubas are more than the Igbos in USA universities based on our sampling size.

You will just wound yourself by thinking you can compare the number of Yorubas student in the UK with the Igbos. Either in UK top schools or lower schools, it is incomparable.

Lastly, about the Jamb top 10 students, I think we are both seeing a different list because if you are making reference to that list up there, the Yorubas are 7 on the list out of 13 candidates. Igbos in that list are not up to 4. Also, almost 90% of the schools those candidate chose are domiciled in the SW.

I don’t want to go down this path of stupid comparison today but I just think I should set the record straight with you.

Boss ignore him... He is aiming for tribal war..


Pls don't reply him again....

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by IvarTheBoneless: 7:16am On Aug 22
Pimpmaride:


Boss ignore him... He is aiming for tribal war..


Pls don't reply him again....

GTkester is a frustrated, bitter gala seller envious of those who would always be superior to him.

Forgive him...a hungry man is an angry man.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by GTkester: 7:17am On Aug 22
IvarTheBoneless:


Thank God someone knows GTkester as a frustrated, bitter gala seller envious of those who would always be superior to him.

Forgive him...a hungry man is an angry man.


Yeah, I wear that as a badge of honour!! (Calling me an ethnic bigot is actually the energy I need in life).

Again, Calling out you peoples lies and frustrating you guys lies is more of a vocation to me. We Ndigbo must rise to challenge the many lies of ndi afoezi.

Just like your listing partner is already claiming that he did a sample of Igbos and Yorubas in foreign universities in US with the data he got from Mama iyabos ass. Just see how evil and demonic you people can be. And if I didn't call him out on that lie tomorrow another afoezi will quote h as an authority.

You reality is beginning to dawn on you?

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by IvarTheBoneless: 7:18am On Aug 22
GTkester:



Yes, I am starving. Abeg shey I fit get 200naira for breakfast. Haven't eaten for 2 days.

Eyah.... oya..... wink

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by padi94(m): 7:21am On Aug 22
Guys make money send your children go better school o

Make Nigeria no go shenk them

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by LegendHero(m): 7:22am On Aug 22
Pimpmaride:


Boss ignore him... He is aiming for tribal war..


Pls don't reply him again....

Alright understood.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by ODVanguard: 7:22am On Aug 22
GTkester:
But on a more serious note, taking a second look at this list and reminiscing on the history of Nigeria made me sad for some few moments.

To be honest, the afonjazees have messed up Nigeria. So when it comes to hardwork, diligence, knowledge and almost every other important positive HDIs' the Igbos and Yorubas are almost always on the top. But instead of the yorubas to merge together and develop a unified vision or mission with the Igbos in Nigeria, they chose to sabotage the Igbos and at the same time play a second fiddle to the fulanis whom they are in every way better than.

What yorubas Muslims have done to the great Yoruba nation is honestly unpardonable!!

You are a first-class hypocrite. If truly you are angry at the current state of affairs in Nigeria, that anger should be directed at your Igbo politicians of the first Republic (especially Azikiwe and Okpara) and indeed subsequent ones that chose the North over the West, and repeatedly rejected Awolowo and the West's overture/advances towards forming a political alliance for the purpose of moving Nigeria forward.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by GTkester: 7:23am On Aug 22
IvarTheBoneless:


Eyah.... oya..... wink


Does it matter

The most important thing to me, is that I've been able to puncture your lies; and inflicted fact pains on you!

Your lies must be put to an end!!

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by GTkester: 7:24am On Aug 22
ODVanguard:


You are a first-class hypocrite. If truly you are angry at the current state of affairs in Nigeria, that anger should be directed at your Igbo politicians of the first Republic (especially Azikiwe and Okpara) and indeed subsequent ones that chose the North over the West, and repeatedly rejected Awolowo and the West's advances towards forming a political alliance for the purpose of moving Nigeria forward.



Another foolish lie.

I'm not angry with Nigeria. I'm only angry that we were lumped with you good for nothing people.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by GTkester: 7:26am On Aug 22
Afonjaz getting it hot here. You people think it was in the old days when Ndigbo weren't interested in the game of gotcha your ancestors were playing. No, times have changed!

You either tell the truth or you just keep shut. For every lie you put out there, you get hard smacking that would rupture your brains!

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by scholes0(m): 7:39am On Aug 22
GTkester:
Afonjaz getting it hot here. You people think it was in the old days when Ndigbo weren't interested in the game of gotcha your ancestors were playing. No, times have changed!

You either tell the truth or you just keep shut. For every lie you put out there, you get hard smacking that would rupture your brains!


lol who cares what you want or try to beat around the bust about grin

You are at best like the annoying crow perching on an eagles back. Annoying at best but won't stop the eagle from being, you know..... an Eagle that it is.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by GTkester: 7:53am On Aug 22
scholes0:



lol who cares what you want or try to beat around the bust about grin

You are at best like the annoying crow perching on an eagles back. Annoying at best but won't stop the eagle from being, you know..... an Eagle that it is.

replying me showed it really got you!

I'm happy seeing you in pains

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by obaaderemi: 7:56am On Aug 22
GTkester:
But on a more serious note, taking a second look at this list and reminiscing on the history of Nigeria made me sad for some few moments.

To be honest, the afonjazees have messed up Nigeria. So when it comes to hardwork, diligence, knowledge and almost every other important positive HDIs' the Igbos and Yorubas are almost always on the top. But instead of the yorubas to merge together and develop a unified vision or mission with the Igbos in Nigeria, they chose to sabotage the Igbos and at the same time play a second fiddle to the fulanis whom they are in every way better than.

What yorubas Muslims have done to the great Yoruba nation is honestly unpardonable!!
What do you mean by 'afonjas'? Don't be silly. You should be smart enough to say whatever it is you got to say without using a derogatory term on an entire ethnic group.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by WalkerMichael(m): 8:01am On Aug 22
padi94:
Guys make money spend your children go better school o

That's the ultimate goal. Hustling so my kids would get the best life
Congrats champs. Nigeria gat nothing on you all.


Lalasticlala

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by candidtalk: 8:30am On Aug 22
GTkester:



Bro, I don't have time for arguing, but if such half baked ego massage from CNN tickles your fancy, it's then no surprise why you're the backwater of the world.

You're just a bitter, hateful and tribalistic IPOBian hack. All your posts are nothing but attempts to denigrate "Afonja".

This is essentially the problem of most Igbos. You have been brainwashed from infancy to believe you are superior to all other black people and Africans. It shows in the ways you casually insult your fellow Nigerians and even other Africans as lazy, unambitious, unintelligent etc, etc.

Yorubas alone always bust your egocentric and megalomiac bubble and best you at everything. Be it Wole Soyinka Nobel Laureate, Tiwa Savage being the most dominant female African pop Musician in modern history or Tinubu's universal acclaim as the most accomplished political brain in Nigeria today. This is why you hate them. It is why you hate Tinubu and all dominant Yorubas.

If you know the UK, and especially London, you will know that what the Yoruba head teacher and Nigerian students are achieving at that Scbool is nothing less than extraordinary. Trust Igbos to always hate on the success and talent of others though rather than celebrate, praise or learn from it.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by candidtalk: 8:39am On Aug 22
GTkester:
But on a more serious note, taking a second look at this list and reminiscing on the history of Nigeria made me sad for some few moments.

To be honest, the afonjazees have messed up Nigeria. So when it comes to hardwork, diligence, knowledge and almost every other important positive HDIs' the Igbos and Yorubas are almost always on the top. But instead of the yorubas to merge together and develop a unified vision or mission with the Igbos in Nigeria, they chose to sabotage the Igbos and at the same time play a second fiddle to the fulanis whom they are in every way better than.

What yorubas Muslims have done to the great Yoruba nation is honestly unpardonable!!


You're nothing but a bitter, divisive and hateful slowpoke.

Can't you see your fellow IPOBian haters know not to join you on this thread because the all-round and exemplary brilliance of Yorubas here, from the school's transformational and brilliant Yoruba head teacher to the students themselves, makes it is obvious that this is one of those moments when "if you can't say nothing good say nothing at all" ?

It shows the extent of your own hardcore and rabid hatred of "Afonja" that you are here alone ranting over what is a commendable and joyous revelation any sane and normal black person would celebrate and be proud of wherever they are from.

Na Beans to go Oxford or Cambridge from even the finest private Schools let alone a London government-funded Sixth form college be consistently sending an enviable number of their students there year after year? Hateful IPObian douchebag.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by ODVanguard: 9:40am On Aug 22
GTkester:




Another foolish lie.

I'm not angry with Nigeria. I'm only angry that we were lumped with you good for nothing people.

E pain am. Truth hurts. lipsrsealed If truly you are angry, I have already advised you on those that you should direct your anger at - - your good for nothing and myopic igbo leaders, both past and present. Thankfully, the current crop of mainstream Yoruba political elite have learned from the mistakes of the likes of Awolowos; they have realized the true political worth of igbos in Nigeria as presently constituted (which is next to nothing), and have instead chose a more pragmatic path towards power politics in Nigeria.

If only Awolowo had realized early enough that in his quest to rule Nigeria in order to drive and implement his great visions for the country, that he was 'barking up the wrong tree' by repeatedly and literally begging for an alliance with igbos, perhaps he would have had better chances of bargaining to realize that ambition with those that really matter. While Awo was demonstrating an idealistic approach to power politics by begging igbos for an alliance, igbos repeatedly showed that they had no scruples about allying with the North to share power.

But we Yorubas don shine our eyes by being more politically pragmatic. So omo yeibo, your anger never even start. Wait till another yoruba man ascends the Presidency in 2023. Na den you go begin weep and gnash your teeth in real anger.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by candidtalk: 10:19am On Aug 22
ODVanguard:




But we Yorubas don shine our eyes by being more politically pragmatic. So omo yeibo, your anger never even start. Wait till another yoruba man ascends the Presidency in 2023. Na den you go begin weep and gnash your teeth in real anger.


The competence and stand-out brilliance of Yorubas is what Igbos hate and envy. Forget the stupid petition against Tinubu they rushed to sign.

The creatures of hate are not and have never being advocates of good governance otherwise they would not be led by the worst political leaders in the whole of Nigeria.

They merely hate Tinubu for his political brilliance and are literally shit-scared Awolowo part 2 is about to become President. Tell me why someone living in Abia and has never set foot in Lagos can/should be the biggest and most rabid hater of Tinubu.

Even here it is what is revealed about the Yoruba head teacher of the school, which earned him an OBE, that is eating this hateful IPOBians guts from inside out. The brilliance of Yoruba kids is just extra bonus.

Let gullible and 'asleep' Yorubas continue forming liberal. We the woke ones will ensure naivete of our fathers, including that of Awolowo as you identify, is gone and remain gone.

With knowledge of who our enemies are, we must move forward with a result-oriented approach that places Yoruba interest first. That is what all others are doing in Nigeria today while some Yorubas continue to accomodate and empower those who hate us deeply.


The school Principal, Mr Dayo Olukoshi who has since taken the institution to heights never attained before joined Brampton Manor as the Principal/headteacher in 2008, having previously worked as a teacher and senior leader in various UK schools since 1992. He has been awarded an OBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for Services to Education.

The school has the best student performance and highest rank in Newham East London, and has been ranked as one of the 50 best secondary schools in the United Kingdom for the fourth year running.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by obaaderemi: 10:22am On Aug 22
ODVanguard:


E pain am. Truth hurts. lipsrsealed If truly you are angry, I have already advised you on those that you should direct your anger at - - your good for nothing and myopic igbo leaders, both past and present. Thankfully, the current crop of mainstream Yoruba political elite have learned from the mistakes of the likes of Awolowos; they have realized the true political worth of igbos in Nigeria as presently constituted (which is next to nothing), and have instead chose a more pragmatic path towards power politics in Nigeria.

If only Awolowo had realized early enough that in his quest to rule Nigeria in order to drive and implement his great visions for the country, that he was 'barking up the wrong tree' by repeatedly and literally begging for an alliance with igbos, perhaps he would have had better chances of bargaining to realize that ambition with those that really matter. While Awo was demonstrating an idealistic approach to power politics by begging igbos for an alliance, igbos repeatedly showed that they had no scruples about allying with the North to share power.

But we Yorubas don shine our eyes by being more politically pragmatic. So omo yeibo, your anger never even start. Wait till another yoruba man ascends the Presidency in 2023. Na den you go begin weep and gnash your teeth in real anger.

You are right. Awo made a lot of mistakes and the biggest of them all was seeking alliance- not only with igbos but also northerners. The best thing to do now is for yorubas to look inward and believe we've got what it takes to make our land progressive irrespective of what the rest of Nigeria is up to. Seeking alliance with the north is counterproductive as history has shown over and over.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by nkiliuzo(m): 10:27am On Aug 22
wow! so Nigerians can't just leave a congrats reply and waka comot, must everything be a tribal war... Nigeria! which way na

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by candidtalk: 10:33am On Aug 22
nkiliuzo:
wow! so Nigerians can't just leave a congrats reply and waka comot, must everything be a tribal war... Nigeria! which way na

Bruv, stop the political correctness. Replace Nigerians above with IPOBians or Igbos (your choice) and you would have a truthful and factual statement devoid of playing to the gallery.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by candidtalk: 10:38am On Aug 22
obaaderemi:
You are right. Awo made a lot of mistakes and the biggest of them all was seeking alliance- not only with igbos but also northerners. The best thing to do now is for yorubas to look inward and believe we've got what it takes to make our land progressive irrespective of what the rest of Nigeria is up to. Seeking alliance with the north is counterproductive as history has shown over and over.

Awolowo made serious mistakes and we Yorubas ourselves made a big blunder by allowing Obasanjo, the worst candidate from Yorubaland, become President and thus a pointer, albeit an innacurate one, of what a Yoruba President can do.

This is why some of us are very passionate about a 2023 Yoruba President. We have no weak links at all as per likely candidates. Instead we are loaded withbrilliant individuals who can lead Nigeria to the next level.

In essence, I agree with you that we must look inward more but the Presidency, because of its centrists concentration of power, will allow us do this far better when innovative federal policies empower what we wish to achieve in our SW region.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by ODVanguard: 11:41am On Aug 22
obaaderemi:
You are right. Awo made a lot of mistakes and the biggest of them all was seeking alliance- not only with igbos but also northerners. The best thing to do now is for yorubas to look inward and believe we've got what it takes to make our land progressive irrespective of what the rest of Nigeria is up to. Seeking alliance with the north is counterproductive as history has shown over and over.

Well, I see it a bit differently. For as long as Nigeria remains the way it currently is structurally, Yorubas must continue to have a strong stake in Nigeria mainstream politics. And for that reason alliances with other regions will be inevitable. We are not operating a regional structure whereby each region has the quasi-independence to drive its own socio-politico-economic policies. A hostile FG/central government can render state efforts futile under Nigeria's current structure therefore our political elite must always play smart politics, at least until a more (truly) federal structure replaces the current one. No geopolitical zone can go it alone (as it were during regionalism) under the current structure. So we should accommodate different strategic approaches to power politics in yorubaland, to be safe. Let those agitating for a more federal structure (restructuring) and outright regional independence continue to do so, while those with the political savvy should also ensure that Yorubas continue to have a seat at the decision-making table in Abuja should also keep doing so - - (in order to make sure we don't get shortchanged). That'll be a win-win for the race. Practicing wholesale political isolationism under the current structure will not work in our favour.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by candidtalk: 12:19pm On Aug 22
ODVanguard:


Well, I see it a bit differently. For as long as Nigeria remains the way it currently is structurally, Yorubas must continue to have a strong stake in Nigeria mainstream politics. And for that reason alliances with other regions will be inevitable. We are not operating a regional structure whereby each region has the quasi-independence to drive its own socio-politico-economic policies. A hostile FG/central government can render state efforts futile under Nigeria's current structure therefore our political elite must always play smart politics, at least until a more (truly) federal structure replaces the current one. No geopolitical zone can go it alone (as it were during regionalism) under the current structure. So we should accommodate different strategic approaches to power politics in yorubaland, to be safe. Let those agitating for a more federal structure (restructuring) and outright regional independence continue to do so, while those with the political savvy should also ensure that Yorubas continue to have a seat at the decision-making table in Abuja should also keep doing so - - (in order to make sure we don't get shortchanged). That'll be a win-win for the race. Practicing wholesale political isolationism under the current structure will not work in our favour.

Indeed. Yorubas cannot shun the ultimate seat of power regardless of the model of development we wish to pursue.

A strong presence in Federal politics is essential and non-negotiable because the truly reformational and progressively radical policies and directives can only best be driven by the Presidency using his leadership of the executive arm of governance.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Muna4real(f): 12:42pm On Aug 22
Those students did very well. Congratulations to them.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by KosiGee: 1:20pm On Aug 22
GTkester:



Bro, I don't have time for arguing, but if such half baked ego massage from CNN tickles your fancy, it's then no surprise why you're the backwater of the world.


It tickles my fancy as well not just him. For a state school located in an area riddled with gang culture, Nigerians, Somalis, Pakistanis, Yardies carrying knives from Upton Park, Barking, Plaistow fighting and cutting each other. Brampton should be celebrated. Olukoshi has done well bringing a culture of hope, passion and excellence.
I will celebrate this man all day with my flattie cap balancing on my flat head.

Yoruba amaka.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Gracchus: 1:28pm On Aug 22
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GTkester:
But on a more serious note, taking a second look at this list and reminiscing on the history of Nigeria made me sad for some few moments.

To be honest, the afonjazees have messed up Nigeria. So when it comes to hardwork, diligence, knowledge and almost every other important positive HDIs' the Igbos and Yorubas are almost always on the top. But instead of the yorubas to merge together and develop a unified vision or mission with the Igbos in Nigeria, they chose to sabotage the Igbos and at the same time play a second fiddle to the fulanis whom they are in every way better than.

What yorubas Muslims have done to the great Yoruba nation is honestly unpardonable!!
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Rubbish!!! Get this straight, Yorubas and igbos have nothing in common, and as such cannot and will never do anything together. To even think you want us to have something to do with people trying to sow religious discord amongst we Yorubas like you just exhibited in your post makes you a big fool. God punish you and whatever tribe you come from mootherfucker!

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Nobody: 1:36pm On Aug 22
GTkester:
Mehn, Nigeria, weve got a long way. So Nigerians getting admitted into Warwick, Cambridge, univs is now what a whole country will be celebrating, Even when none of our universities are in the top 1000 globally.

Chai, we can do better.

We can do better when we are ready to pay the kind of fees Warwick and Cambridge students pay.

A former VC of a university in Nigeria, when he was still in office, gave a speech 2 years ago whose topic was 'University funding'. Among the things he said was this gem...'If you want Cambridge level degrees, better be prepared to pay Cambridge level fees' . The guy also commented that his university (ABU Zaria to be precise) had overhead costs of N50million monthly, yet the government gave them N10 million monthly for overhead.

Everyday, on this site, I keep on seeing people blasting our unviersites for not being in the top 1000 or top 100 globally. Well, with most of them on fees less than $200 a year, and an educaiton budget less than $3 billion (when Harvard has a budget of 48 billion.)..and the aforementioned Cambridge chages over 8000 pounds for international students and uk students (Warwick the same thing)...what do you expect??

You are expecting a 9000 pound level performace from a sum less than 200 pounds. That's not possible.

If you want world class unviersites, either we pay higher fees, or we raise our tax to gdp ratio from 6% to 28% or higher, or we take another loan. Or we cut fuel subsides and redirect the money saved to universites.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Kemimarch16(f): 1:37pm On Aug 22
Nigeria amaka

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by fergie001(m): 1:37pm On Aug 22
Nigerians too know book abeg...
Adobi and Temitope...hmmm... kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss

Blackking98:

Beauty and brains
I for pick one marry
You too like woman.....ahn ahn....
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Blackking98(m): 1:38pm On Aug 22
scholes0:
Friends, Esther Oloyede, Ebunoluwa Adebanjo and Venus are all off to top league UK schools.

Beauty and brains
I for pick one marry

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