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Friday, March 03, 2017

UNILAG Lecturer Asks Students Who Could Not Spell To Kneel Down...

A University of Lagos lecturer, whose name was given as Mr Ogunkunle, has been called out by his students for reportedly asking students who couldn't spell a certain word to kneel down, and raise their hands.


According to Zeekyboy, the lecturer who rarely comes to class, allegedly spends most of his time threatening and sending students out of a class they're supposed to be in.

The incident reportedly happened during Geography class in
the Faculty of Arts. Here's what he wrote;

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“It’s not as if this is the norm in Unilag. But this particular lecturer has been terrorizing us.


We have other lecturers who behave well, but this particular man is just something else. I mean why will you tell adults like this to kneel and raise up hands, just because they were not able to spell a particular word.

This lecturer rarely comes to class. When he comes he spends most time sending students out and threatening them. He is just a disgrace to this wonderful university. We have very brilliant, decent lectures who respects us for who we are.

We are please begging the university to help caution lecturers like this so that our great Unilag won’t be a laughing stock amongst other universities.”

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66 comments:

  1. They deserve it, even worse.

    Art students who can't spell! What are they in school for?

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    1. You students are a disgrace to the nation at large. If I'm dt lecturer i will do worse. Why waste time on students dt are not ready to learn? Even you this writer, you need to kneel down and crawl. Your write up is embarrassing.

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    2. Probably students that got in with fake documents and got someone to sit jamb for them or exams were leaked and that's how they passed! They need it!

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    3. Lmao. Why would university students not be able to spell in the first place, uhm? Ehehe

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  2. I will walk out of the class.

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    1. Why not?? Olodo like u

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    2. Han Han!
      Aunty Lafresh!
      Seriously?😂

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    3. Etsako pearl, I can't fit kneel down oh.

      Maybe it's one thick word in Geography he told them to spell sef.

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  3. What kinda nonsense is this?
    Is that lecturer OK at all.

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  4. Lmao. What is d hingrish word? And what is the why that university students couldn't spellit?

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  5. Geography.. Faculty of Arts ke?

    Wait oo.. Lemme check first because this story is somehow, somehow.

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    1. No its in social sciences, but our dept is located in faculty of arts (that's artsblock we call it) because there's no space in faculty of social sciences to accommodate us.im an alumni of geography. 2013/2014.

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  6. hahahahaha lazy students and they are in the university. Please you all should go and learn how to spell because most of you are always on internet looking for una heads there.

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  7. It's High school all over again 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  8. You tell adults to kneel down?

    I don't mind falling his course
    I won't do that shit
    Will just walk out.

    The lecturer should be cautioned by his superiors or beaten by some students to reset his brain back to default
    Silly man.

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  9. just look at the classroom, gosh!! how do you guys concentrate in such an environment??? even a primary school shouldn't look like this, if i studied in naija for sure i probably would never graduate, cause i will spit on someones face and the vindictive bastards will make me pay for sure..I can't even ask a high school student to kneel down that's disrespectful, highest i will give you demerit!

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    1. Peaceful pieces, we've heard you, now we know u didn't school in niaja, oya clap for your self.

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    2. Don't mind her. "Demerit" gave her away. You schooled in Babcock University,ilishan-Remo. Ogun state.

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  10. Lol. Add the lecturers name please.

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  11. I don't even find it strange that they can't spell words.

    During NYSC, i can boldly tell you that 80% of my co-corps members could not write a letter or express themselves in a sentence without grammatical flaw.

    Therefore, i have come to the conclusion that if by the end of primary school and early years of Secondary school you cannot write or speak without blunder, there MIGHT be no hope for you again.
    Because the University is not a learning ground for the basics of spoken and written English.

    Do I find the punishment wrong? Maybe, afterall it still won't help them get better with spellings.

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    1. I didn't attend the university but u'll never know, I had quality primary and secondary education, university does not teach the basics, it only adds to what you already know.

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    2. This is the whole truth @Bipolar.

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    3. No one is even talking about what they were asked to spell. They weren't asked to spell apple or cat.

      Geography has complex words.

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  12. And they knelt down?...is this a joke or what?...
    Mugus!...
    I would rather walk away than to kneel down!...
    What rubbish?...

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    1. It's not a joke, I'm an alumni. he lectured me. Dats how he is, very high handed and sadistic fellow. He lectures biogeography. And some of the words in that course are very complex. He's a mean fellow!

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  13. Shame on you for not spelling correctly.

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  14. The lecturer is sick in the head what stops him from sending them out? Flogging adults in class as if they are in primary school

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  15. Hian!... End time lecturer

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  16. The man thinks he is a primary/secondary school teacher.

    As for the students, we learn every day, there are some words you just forget how to spell them. Even some three/four letter Words.

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  17. What were they asked to spell?

    Let them kneel for all I care, its greatly appalling the breed of graduates we have in this dispensation.

    The other day 2 female corps members with all their packaging and make up could not spell "Yoghurt"; the word that my 3 years old son will spell without breaking any sweat.

    Too bad!!!

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    1. Lol.

      I laughed the day I watched the one of "Queue"

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    2. 😂😂😂

      Spell 'Queue'

      K...w...i

      Q...i...

      Ok, you mean Q, like standing in a 'Q'
      Ok, C...U...

      😂😂😂😂
      My Father, my father.

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  18. I graduated from UNILAG and i passed through Mr Ogunkunle's classes. He is a hard task master and a genius in his field(the only lecturer in UNILAG that majored in that field).
    He is capable of doing such but i am certain he must have found them wanting to treat the so called adults as kids...in my view its shameful that an undergraduate finds it difficult to spell a word!!

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    1. I'm equally a graduate, and I passed through him. I don't agree with u dude.there can be some very complex words in biogeography. I'm not saying it's an xcuse not to spell them, but u must agree that he is indeed a high handed and sadistic fellow. How can almost half (50 percent) of ur students carry over a course. When they are not all blackheads, some of dem are even on 2-1. He's just a sadist,even other lecturers in d dept of geography dread him. I'm so disappointed u can even defend such a fellow. Smh.

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  19. But why couldn't they spell????

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    1. Trust me that particular course biogeography (gry 208/308) has some complex words that even u and others that are blabbing can't even spell at first, without looking it up..im graduated from that dept so I know better. D dude is just high handed and sadistic. A man that intentional fails students, and derives pleasure form doing so. You know nothing!!!

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  20. But why can't they spell? After they'll say 'lecturer failed me'

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  21. Geography is in social sciences dept.Although I'm not sure if they moved with the social sciences when they stopped sharing the same building with the faculty of arts.Having said that I wonder what manner of students & lecturers are in the universities these days.Why would undergrads not know how to spell,what sort of foundation did they get in terms of pry & sec schs?The person who sent this in should be asked if a lecturer not coming to lectures regularly is an excuse for their inability to spell.As for the lecturer,I don't blame you.

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  22. Buhahahahahahahahaha! Inukwa! Nawa for this kain end time lecturer o

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  23. Ok, I cannot spell oya come and flog me Mr lecturer as if is ur spell.

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  24. Though this is wrong but they deserve it. How can a university student make mistake in spellings that even a high school student will not. These days university is just a joke to some people. I was privileged to mark some 400 level students script and i was shocked. I wonder how some of them got there.

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    1. They were not asked to spell apple. It was not an English class.

      Go and read a geography text book then you will know how far

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    2. God bless u abeg tell them ooo..I passed through d man, and that course has very complex words (biogeography is the course title). The guy Is a sadistic and mean fellow!

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  25. Mr. Ogunkunle? Na student lecturer he go be.

    Dr. Alabi Soneye should please caution him.

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    1. Abi o!!!...dr soneye should caution him!..i love Mr soneye, very nice man that God will continue to bless!

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  26. Undergraduate can't spell? 😱
    How dem take enter unilag self?

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  27. Only kneeling down? Infact, they should roll on the floor and get kneaded. Bunch of semi illiterates. If you are in the university and you can't spell or speak good English, when will you learn? Infact how did you guys get the admissions in the first place to get into the university?

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  28. That lecturer is something else, he lectured me in my undergraduate days, am not surprised he is still the same, he doesn't come to class early, and when he comes to class nobody comes in to the class after him. In my days about four or five departments takes the course at the same time and the man will still be calling attendance in class after the class, and many of his students fails his course. Ogunkunle change your ways.............

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  29. My cousin used to talk about him o. Just like dr. Olopoenia, economics , University of Ibadan, huge disciplinarian but very irritable.

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  30. It's kneel, not kneel down. If ure kneeling ,ure going down anyways so why add down to it again? Abi kneel up dey?

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  31. Many undergraduate don't know how to spell,it's appalling.

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  32. Oh please , I'm a student of unilag myself . Truth be told , so many of these students can't communicate effectively in English. You have to see even the finest girls or biggest boys and once they open their mouths, it's a goddamn tsunami. Majority of them didn't attend very good schools + the fact that (no tribalism intended) they are used to speaking only Yoruba at home. Sometimes , you'll see a computer science or even English student explaining academic work to themselves in Yoruba . How??? Coupled with the fact that they love jenifa's diary die. They are just not willing to learn. If you've never come across them you won't understand . Please always send your children to good primary and secondary schools, it's an investment that I thank my parents for everyday. Because matter of fact , some things can never be learnt in university. The level and manner of thinking can never be the same. I know somebody who said after school she wants to open shop and sell rice and groundnut oil and frozen food in 3 freezers. Like that is legitimately her ambition in this life. Not like I have anything against that oh but as a university undergrad, I believe your dreams should go higher than that so that if you don't get there, at least you'll be in a decent position . I pray for myself and you guys should pray for me too that I reach the peak of all I intend to do with my life- no mediocrity allowed

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    1. When you come out and do not get a job....you'll know that selling frozen foods in 3 freezers is a privilege.

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    2. The jenifa's diary bit cracked me up so bad!😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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