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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Photos:Young Nigerian Pharmacist emerges best graduating student in Pharmacology and Biotechnology at UK University

Young Nigerian Pharmacist, Kauna Usman has emerged best graduating student MSc Pharmacology and Biotechnology from Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom, class of September 2015/2016. Congratulations to her!!! More photos after the cut...



22 comments:

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Congrats to her

Oiza Rammy said...

A very big Congratulations to her!!!

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chiamaka chibuike said...

Congrats to her

ike manuel said...

WooooooW! This is a very, very commendable achievement! Congratulations to her and her entire family

Na me talk am!

Long Live Lib!!!

Anonymous said...

And when she is made minister of health , my igbo and south south brothers and sisters will start shouting marginalization. They send them to school. They stay and read. They send us to school, we do drugs and cry out when its time to be executed. The other half live large and carry chics instead of studying

livingstone chibuike said...

we ar proud of u bae..congrats

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Congratulations to her.


. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Juliet Iwuno said...

Congrats to her. Linda take note!

Uju Phil said...

Awwww.... Congratulations darling, making us so proud! #GoodRepu

vinna saviour said...

Congrats hun

Jamila Shaibu said...

Cool

Chizzy Liz said...

*************************wooooow !!!!!!Niger dey try rep for yankee

Iphie Abraham said...

Wow! Nigerians be making us proud









Lib addict#just passing#

Vivian Reginalds said...

nice
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

It's OK to condemn doing drugs and others but I think you sound like claiming "us" when actually you're not. Just celebrate the young lady and forget marginalization because it's becoming a norm in the Nigerian system. We have countless number of Nigerians doing excellently great at home and abroad. And if you are to be honest most do come from the "us" you claimed.

Hyacinth Agomuo said...

Congrats to our own Naija daughter.

Yusuf Dimas said...

Go girl... congratz!

Loveth Best said...

That's a very good one. Kudos dearie

Loveth Best said...

That's a very good one. Kudos dearie

Anonymous said...

Linda, Has anyone observed that of all news items you have published about Nigerians obtaining either first class degrees or being 'best graduating students' in e.g. some UK Universities, none of the so-called universities is a first-generation UK university. All those institutions in the backyards of some UK cities where Nigerians flock into to pick up either 'class class' degrees or where they are laughingly recognized as 'best graduating' students are among the many polytechnics that, not long ago, acquired university status. Ofcourse, because of competition for funds, they look to places like Nigeria that eat and breathe paper qualifications and a mouth-watering degree class such as 'First Class'.

Have you ever wondered why many of those 'universities' flock to Nigeria to beg students to seek admission in their institutions and they go on to entice prospective Nigerian students with meaningless scholarships and many forms of fee wavers running into thousands of British pounds? It is simply because, ordinarily, those institutions can't attract those living in the UK to apply to study in them because some of their degrees and certificates are as good as worthless. Yes, this is true. Remember, a former Vice Chancellor of Thames University, London, once declared publicly that Thames University degrees were worth less than a toilet paper! Thames University, like this this Sheffield Hallam University, is among those old polytechnics struggling to attract students and stay afloat. A test - no employer in the UK will accept to give a job to any of those 'first class' Nigerian students from those universities because the employers know that the universities dish out such degrees to entice more Nigerians to apply to study in those institutions and bring money over to them. They know if they dish out useless 'first class' degrees to Nigerians and the news is spread by outlets such as LIB etc, more Nigerian parents (especially the fraudulent money bags) and their wards will swamp such universities, pay their money in the form of fees in pounds sterling, and be rewarded with their own 'first class' degrees. Thank about it and pity Nigeria!

Anonymous said...

Linda, Has anyone observed that of all the news items you have published about Nigerians obtaining either first class degrees or being 'best graduating students' in e.g. some UK Universities, none of the so-called universities is a first-generation UK university. All those institutions in the backyards of some UK cities where Nigerians flock into to pick up either 'first class' degrees or where they are laughingly recognized as 'best graduating' students, are among the many polytechnics that, not long ago, acquired 'university' status. Ofcourse, because of competition for funds, those substandard universities look to places like Nigeria that eat and breathe paper qualifications and a mouth-watering degree class such as 'First Class'.

Have you ever wondered why many of those 'universities' flock to Nigeria to beg students to seek admission in their institutions and they go on to entice prospective Nigerian students with meaningless scholarships and many forms of fee wavers running into thousands of British pounds? It is simply because, ordinarily, those institutions can't attract those living in the UK to apply to study in them because some of their degrees and certificates are as good as worthless. Yes, this is true. Remember, a former Vice Chancellor of Thames University, London, once declared publicly that Thames University degrees were worth less than a toilet paper! Thames University, like this Sheffield Hallam University, is among those old polytechnics (which were converted to universities) struggling to attract students at all cost in order to stay 'afloat'. A test - no employer in the UK will accept to give a job to any of those 'first class' Nigerian students from those universities because the employers know that the universities dish out such degrees to entice more Nigerians to apply to study in those institutions and, as a result, they bring money over to the UK to sustain the institutions. Remember the fee is about £9,000 per year. The universities know that if they dish out worthless 'first class' degrees to Nigerians and the news is spread by outlets such as LIB etc, more Nigerian parents (especially the fraudulent money bags) and their wards will swamp such universities, pay their fees in pound sterling (with a bit of enticement), and the students will be rewarded with their own 'first class' degrees which, they know, is what Nigerians like. Think about it and pity Nigeria!

Anonymous said...

Linda, Has anyone observed that of all the news items you have published about Nigerians obtaining either first class degrees or being 'best graduating students' in e.g. some UK Universities, none of the so-called universities is a first-generation UK university. All those institutions in the backyards of some UK cities where Nigerians flock into to pick up either 'first class' degrees or where they are laughingly recognized as 'best graduating' students, are among the many polytechnics that, not long ago, acquired 'university' status. Ofcourse, because of competition for funds, those substandard universities look to places like Nigeria that eat and breathe paper qualifications and a mouth-watering degree class such as 'First Class'.

Have you ever wondered why many of those 'universities' flock to Nigeria to beg students to seek admission in their institutions and they go on to entice prospective Nigerian students with meaningless scholarships and many forms of fee wavers running into thousands of British pounds? It is simply because, ordinarily, those institutions can't attract those living in the UK to apply to study in them because some of their degrees and certificates are as good as worthless. Yes, this is true. Remember, a former Vice Chancellor of Thames University, London, once declared publicly that Thames University degrees were worth less than a toilet paper! Thames University, like this Sheffield Hallam University, is among those old polytechnics (which were converted to universities) struggling to attract students at all cost in order to stay 'afloat'. A test - no employer in the UK will accept to give a job to any of those 'first class' Nigerian students from those universities because the employers know that the universities dish out such degrees to entice more Nigerians to apply to study in those institutions and, as a result, they bring money over to the UK to sustain the institutions. Remember the fee is about £9,000 per year. The universities know that if they dish out worthless 'first class' degrees to Nigerians and the news is spread by outlets such as LIB etc, more Nigerian parents (especially the fraudulent money bags) and their wards will swamp such universities, pay their fees in pound sterling (with a bit of enticement), and the students will be rewarded with their own 'first class' degrees which, they know, is what Nigerians like. Think about it and pity Nigeria!

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