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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Lagschools: 5:21pm On Aug 22
Pimpmaride:
All about west and east...


We are really marginalising the north ooo.. It's unfair grin

But the truth is, there are brilliant northerners ooo. You wunt know this except u go there and see for ursef mm

Very brilliant but dey ain't expose to the outer world

Truth
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by geosegun(m): 5:21pm 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 very myopic young man and one of the greater problems of the recent generation. Your comments can be deemed to that of a 'fool' but I want to think otherwise.? Don't be unnecessarily controlled by your emotions. Be properly guided, young man!!!
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by 6digitscomrade: 5:35pm On Aug 22
scholes0:
This school was all over the news last year, and they have done it again this year.



https://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/2019/01/18/inside-super-state-schools-getting-dozens-pupils-oxbridge/
https://www.channel4.com/news/proportion-of-students-getting-top-a-levels-drops-to-lowest-level-in-a-decade
beauty with brains.. see the guys with so-called rough hairdos if na naija Na grave dem for dey courtesy of religion, sars , corruption and failed government..
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by ZooOga: 5:46pm On Aug 22
Congrats to our future leaders, and movers and shakers.

Nice positive thread until the tribalists entered with that daily NL negative energy. sad
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by yommen: 5:50pm 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!! Ki

Come and go and shut up abeg.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Blackfriday: 5:55pm On Aug 22
GTkester:
^^^^,

First, you should be ashamed that a list with 10 students, has the first and second students all Igbos and no other tribe. That shows respect!!.

Second, you've shown the notoriety attached with your lying people, which is that you guys are good at spinning. That list has only 3 yorubas (non tied) in it, and I'm sure if JAMB was to release their first 100 students, Igbos again will be topping the chart undisputably.

Lastly, you've also exposed your half baked knowledge which is also notorious with your people. There's not a single data any where in the world that has a list of all the igbos and Yorubas students in foreign universities - except a list conjured up from your sorry ass. So how you were able to compare the number of Yoruba vs Igbo students is at best comical. But I'm not surprise, because you guys are just dumb liars.
man, just quit your tribal hate and celebrate Excellency, when you see one.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Tflex01: 6:00pm 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 have no knowledge of Nigeria history. Reverse is the case. Igbos are guilty of what you are accusing Yoruba of since 1959. Nigeria didn't start in 2015.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Agugbadin: 6:03pm On Aug 22
Wasting our foreign exchange, will UK offer them job after school
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Jdesilentkiller(m): 6:03pm On Aug 22
LegendHero:


You might want to see this list.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.legit.ng/amp/609118-meet-nigerias-5-youngest-ph-d-holders-oldest-26.html
Thanks my guy, they have done well. But my concern is based on the courses I highlighted... Botany and info tech are good courses
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by chidooh1: 6:04pm On Aug 22
If na buhari arrange am now 98% go be malam.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Tflex01: 6:06pm On Aug 22
scholes0:


I already kind of knew from the start that your main grouse with the news is not that this achievement isn't newsworthy, but rather the composition of the achievers.

But back to your fallacious post, if you are a real student of history then you would have known that for most of Nigeria's existence starting from the first republic- Yorubas have always been in the opposition, while the Igbos and Hausa-Fulanis have always been bed partners. But the good thing is that you can't hide the truth, especially when It is glaring. Let's look at the timeline of those who have ruled Nigeria since independence


1960-1963 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1963-1966 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1967-1979 — Civil war/ Military Rule
1979-1983 — Shagari/Ekwueme
1983-1999 — Military Rule
1999-2007 — Obasanjo/Atiku
2007-2010 — Yar'Adua/Jonathan
2010-2015 — Jonathan/Sambo
2015-Date — Buhari/Osinbajo

Now look at the list and tell me when this "Yorubas playing second fiddle to the Fulanis" fable became a thing among you people? Azikiwe in fact neglected Awolowo's handshake across the Niger and instead chose to go play second fiddle as a ceremonial president to prime minister Balewa who had the real power. He also frustrated Chief Awolowo's plan to include the secession clause in the constitution.

On the issue of Southern Unity, did you know that Chief Awolowo picked an Igbo running mate. Yet, the Igbo voted en masse for Shagari, an illiterate Northerner to spite Awolowo and the Yoruba. In fact, the Igbo wanted Abacha to continue ruling, matter of fact, the [Youth Earnestly Ask for Abacha (YEAA)] campaign was led by an Igbo man, by the name Daniel Kanu. They even voted against Abiola who had wide acceptance across the board in Nigeria, including huge swathes of the North, and instead chose to support Tofa the Northern candidate whose collabo partner was an Igbo vice by the name Sylvester Ugoh who also happened to be the defunct governor of the central Bank of Biafra (shame). Abiola won in only 1 out of the then 4 Eastern states

—The Igbo had no problem with collaborating with the North when they supported Atiku and Peter Obi or in all previous occasions. They only have issues with Northern collaboration when they aren't the bedmates and someone else is doing the 'collaborating' lipsrsealed

Well said bro. Unfortunately, the indomie generation we have nowadays think Nigeria started in 2015. cool
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by famzynet: 6:07pm 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!!

Well spoken guy. The Igbos and Yorubas need to unify and move the country forward.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Kennyswag: 6:08pm On Aug 22
seguno2:


Are you also blind, or what is your problem
are you a cursed igbo man who is rejected everywhere he steps his filthy feets into? grin grin
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by EagleSquare1(m): 6:25pm On Aug 22
Probably this particular institution isn’t popular amongst our Northern kids. I can confirm that citizens from every part of Nigeria, including the Northern part, are making waves all around the world, especially in the UK. Let’s celebrate them all!


AworiLagosian:
Chaaaaaaaii, What are Hausa Londonner kids doing over there?
Spending Nigerian petrodollars on designer jeans, bags and sneakers?



There is god ooo.!

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Powersurge: 6:26pm 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!!

It's the kind of reckless talk like this that makes those Yorubas who are yet to make up their minds about NIgeria's division have second thought.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Godswings: 6:26pm On Aug 22
congratulations to all of them!
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Giftsketches18(f): 6:38pm On Aug 22
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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by FrLukas(m): 6:49pm On Aug 22
LegendHero:


Quit the self hate and see the brighter side of life.

Below is another media outlet The Guardian praising the school because of what they achieved. You think the British press are stupid for praising these guys?

You sit down in your room and condemn students that got admission into top 10 universities in the world with such magnitude from one school.



It seems you don't know that fella called GTkester

It's not self hate that's bothering him.

It is deep, unbridled incurable tribalism and hatred for the Yorubas.

He probably counted the number of Yorubas in the mix and saw an overwhelming number.

That's what's giving him serious headache at the moment.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by FrLukas(m): 6:50pm On Aug 22
GTkester:



Bro I'm not self hating on anything. This aint worth shit to me. But if it tickles your fancy, then choke on it!!

We know you're not self hating. Just hating on the Yorubas who are leading again.

Choke on your hatred.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by afube: 7:06pm On Aug 22
AworiLagosian:
Chaaaaaaaii, What are Hausa Londonner kids doing over there?
Spending Nigerian petrodollars on designer jeans, bags and sneakers?



There is god ooo.!

That principal has golden fingers,can you imagine this man running secondary school education in Nigeria........The man is gifted no doubt.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Cleanworld(f): 7:48pm On Aug 22
scholes0:


I already kind of knew from the start that your main grouse with the news is not that this achievement isn't newsworthy, but rather the composition of the achievers.

But back to your fallacious post, if you are a real student of history then you would have known that for most of Nigeria's existence starting from the first republic- Yorubas have always been in the opposition, while the Igbos and Hausa-Fulanis have always been bed partners. But the good thing is that you can't hide the truth, especially when It is glaring. Let's look at the timeline of those who have ruled Nigeria since independence


1960-1963 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1963-1966 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1967-1979 — Civil war/ Military Rule




1979-1983 — Shagari/Ekwueme
1983-1999 — Military Rule
1999-2007 — Obasanjo/Atiku
2007-2010 — Yar'Adua/Jonathan
2010-2015 — Jonathan/Sambo
2015-Date — Buhari/Osinbajo

Now look at the list and tell me when this "Yorubas playing second fiddle to the Fulanis" fable became a thing among you people? Azikiwe in fact neglected Awolowo's handshake across the Niger and instead chose to go play second fiddle as a ceremonial president to prime minister Balewa who had the real power. He also frustrated Chief Awolowo's plan to include the secession clause in the constitution.

On the issue of Southern Unity, did you know that Chief Awolowo picked an Igbo running mate. Yet, the Igbo voted en masse for Shagari, an illiterate Northerner to spite Awolowo and the Yoruba. In fact, the Igbo wanted Abacha to continue ruling, matter of fact, the [Youth Earnestly Ask for Abacha (YEAA)] campaign was led by an Igbo man, by the name Daniel Kanu. They even voted against Abiola who had wide acceptance across the board in Nigeria, including huge swathes of the North, and instead chose to support Tofa the Northern candidate whose collabo partner was an Igbo vice by the name Sylvester Ugoh who also happened to be the defunct governor of the central Bank of Biafra (shame). Abiola won in only 1 out of the then 4 Eastern states

—The Igbo had no problem with collaborating with the North when they supported Atiku and Peter Obi or in all previous occasions. They only have issues with Northern collaboration when they aren't the bedmates and someone else is doing the 'collaborating' lipsrsealed



YOU ARE TOO MUCH...History is essential to society. thanks
YOU ARE TOO MUCH...History is essential to society. thanks
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Throwback: 7:58pm On Aug 22
scholes0:


I already kind of knew from the start that your main grouse with the news is not that this achievement isn't newsworthy, but rather the composition of the achievers.

But back to your fallacious post, if you are a real student of history then you would have known that for most of Nigeria's existence starting from the first republic- Yorubas have always been in the opposition, while the Igbos and Hausa-Fulanis have always been bed partners. But the good thing is that you can't hide the truth, especially when It is glaring. Let's look at the timeline of those who have ruled Nigeria since independence


1960-1963 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1963-1966 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1967-1979 — Civil war/ Military Rule
1979-1983 — Shagari/Ekwueme
1983-1999 — Military Rule
1999-2007 — Obasanjo/Atiku
2007-2010 — Yar'Adua/Jonathan
2010-2015 — Jonathan/Sambo
2015-Date — Buhari/Osinbajo

Now look at the list and tell me when this "Yorubas playing second fiddle to the Fulanis" fable became a thing among you people? Azikiwe in fact neglected Awolowo's handshake across the Niger and instead chose to go play second fiddle as a ceremonial president to prime minister Balewa who had the real power. He also frustrated Chief Awolowo's plan to include the secession clause in the constitution.

On the issue of Southern Unity, did you know that Chief Awolowo picked an Igbo running mate. Yet, the Igbo voted en masse for Shagari, an illiterate Northerner to spite Awolowo and the Yoruba. In fact, the Igbo wanted Abacha to continue ruling, matter of fact, the [Youth Earnestly Ask for Abacha (YEAA)] campaign was led by an Igbo man, by the name Daniel Kanu. They even voted against Abiola who had wide acceptance across the board in Nigeria, including huge swathes of the North, and instead chose to support Tofa the Northern candidate whose collabo partner was an Igbo vice by the name Sylvester Ugoh who also happened to be the defunct governor of the central Bank of Biafra (shame). Abiola won in only 1 out of the then 4 Eastern states

—The Igbo had no problem with collaborating with the North when they supported Atiku and Peter Obi or in all previous occasions. They only have issues with Northern collaboration when they aren't the bedmates and someone else is doing the 'collaborating' lipsrsealed


Ododo oro.

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by ThatFairGuy: 8:04pm 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!!
Animal. What has Muslims done to your maggot infested brain you this lowlife Igbo Jew
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by clearsight: 8:25pm On Aug 22
YorubaHero12:
See my omoluabi guys making waves everywhere they go.

God bless you Mr Dayo (Principal) for your giant stride in making sure minorities also have the opportunity of getting admitted to the prestigious Oxbridge universities in such huge numbers.

Last year was 41 students while this year it increased to 51 admissions into Oxbridge institutions.

I won’t stop without saying YORUBA LAGBA!


These bright, young kids have done Nigeria proud. Period. We can do without the focus on tribe/ethnicity.
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by veli1(m): 8:35pm On Aug 22
Omo see fine fine babes tongue
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by greenalwaz: 8:37pm On Aug 22
scholes0:


I already kind of knew from the start that your main grouse with the news is not that this achievement isn't newsworthy, but rather the composition of the achievers.

But back to your fallacious post, if you are a real student of history then you would have known that for most of Nigeria's existence starting from the first republic- Yorubas have always been in the opposition, while the Igbos and Hausa-Fulanis have always been bed partners. But the good thing is that you can't hide the truth, especially when It is glaring. Let's look at the timeline of those who have ruled Nigeria since independence


1960-1963 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1963-1966 — Azikiwe/Balewa
1967-1979 — Civil war/ Military Rule
1979-1983 — Shagari/Ekwueme
1983-1999 — Military Rule
1999-2007 — Obasanjo/Atiku
2007-2010 — Yar'Adua/Jonathan
2010-2015 — Jonathan/Sambo
2015-Date — Buhari/Osinbajo

Now look at the list and tell me when this "Yorubas playing second fiddle to the Fulanis" fable became a thing among you people? Azikiwe in fact neglected Awolowo's handshake across the Niger and instead chose to go play second fiddle as a ceremonial president to prime minister Balewa who had the real power. He also frustrated Chief Awolowo's plan to include the secession clause in the constitution.

On the issue of Southern Unity, did you know that Chief Awolowo picked an Igbo running mate. Yet, the Igbo voted en masse for Shagari, an illiterate Northerner to spite Awolowo and the Yoruba. In fact, the Igbo wanted Abacha to continue ruling, matter of fact, the [Youth Earnestly Ask for Abacha (YEAA)] campaign was led by an Igbo man, by the name Daniel Kanu. They even voted against Abiola who had wide acceptance across the board in Nigeria, including huge swathes of the North, and instead chose to support Tofa the Northern candidate whose collabo partner was an Igbo vice by the name Sylvester Ugoh who also happened to be the defunct governor of the central Bank of Biafra (shame). Abiola won in only 1 out of the then 4 Eastern states

—The Igbo had no problem with collaborating with the North when they supported Atiku and Peter Obi or in all previous occasions. They only have issues with Northern collaboration when they aren't the bedmates and someone else is doing the 'collaborating' lipsrsealed
hmmm!
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Ajsmart(m): 10:24pm On Aug 22
You’re missing the point! Those Nigerians are all England born/based which means they get to attend the best universities in the U.K. They weren’t Nigerians born/bred kids gaining international admission from Nigerians.

Furthermore, their high school is a state owned ethnic minority institution which means they don’t have excellent funding like private schools who are generally more equipped. That is a MASSIVE and a MAJOR feat that should be celebrated anywhere.

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 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??

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Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by Adex2442: 10:31pm On Aug 22
Wait all those going to those skuls.. Is it scholarships or what
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by bolacode(f): 10:56pm 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!!

hope they will have a second thought..
Re: 20 Nigerian Students Of Brampton Manor Academy Break Into Best UK Universities by AlwaysMotun(m): 11:39pm On Aug 22
All the Morenike and Damilo I know are fat sha niii, same as these gems ooo... Plus that Enoch looks like Obafemi Martins.

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