- A Nigerian man, Ogbeni Dipo, has shared his struggles while he was in a Nigerian university
- According to Dipo his grades were nothing to write home about till he left the country
- Dipo added that the situation in Nigeria influenced his poor grades
Nigerians in diaspora have been known to make the country proud in various fields as they break boundaries in the education sector.
Interestingly, these same bright minds representing Nigeria well in foreign countries seemed to be average or poor students while in the country.
A young Nigerian man identified on Twitter as Dr Dipo (@Ogbenidipo) has shared his struggles while studying in a Nigerian university on the microblogging site.
According to Dipo, his grades in Nigeria were almost nothing to write home about till he left the country for the UK where he graduated with a first class.
He added that it is not as if his brain was dead but that the condition of things in Nigeria made education hard.
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See his tweet below:
The Twitter user added that a student who graduates with a 2:2 or 3rd class from a Nigerian university has the potential of doing better in a foreign school because no lecturer is proud to make students fail over there.
See the rest of Ogbeni Dipo's tweets below:
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Some Nigerians on social media also agreed with Dipo's tweets as they shared their opinion of Nigerian lecturers compared to foreign ones. See some reactions below:
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In other news, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man took to Twitter to shade Five Star Music boss, E-Money, after the University of Lagos denied issuing a honorary degree.
Unilag recently published a list of people who were issued honorary degrees at the school. The list was published on their Facebook page and E-money’s name was missing from the list.
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