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Saturday, November 30, 2019

Actress Victoria Inyama Graduates From The University Of East London

On Friday November 29,2019,UK Based Nollywood actress Victoria Inyama graduated from the University of East London with a degree in Social Psychology......

Congrats Vicky,Schooling Abroad is not Child's play at all.....










33 comments:

  1. Congratulations mama

    She's my new found friend on Instagram 🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩🀩

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  2. Congrats to her. She looks good. She said she is ashamed to be called actress so we shouldn't call her that again.

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    1. She was an actress. She has a new day job so the actress is outdated description of her..

      Congratulations to her. She didn't give up.

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  3. Congratulations Vicky. Weldone.

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  4. Congrats Victoria.
    Keep on winning.

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  5. Congrats Victoria! more wins!

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  6. Olori show face, your bestie is here.
    Congrats to her.

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  7. So are you implying that schooling in Nigeria is Child's play?
    You go to lectures;
    No seat,
    No AC/light
    No mic.
    Jam-packed lecture hall
    Back from lecture:
    No light; you read with lantern/candles
    No food
    No roads
    No textbooks but handouts
    lecturer; always on strike, wants sex
    No law to catch him
    No jobs

    And finally this lady gets a 2:2 or 2:1
    Nne, that is first class anywhere in the world!

    🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯🐯 I have seen the two,
    Nigerian ladies are wonderful, intelligent beings.😊😊😊

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    1. Agree with the first part. A bit silly to say this @ Congrats Vicky,Schooling Abroad is not Child's play

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    2. Schooling abroad is child's play compared with schooling in Nigeria. I have done both and made excellent grades in the UK because I was less stressed.

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    3. Well the difference between the 2 is abroad you learn, It is not about passing a course but acquiring knowledge, in Nigeria, you read to just pass. You can have an open book exam or test in the uk and still fail the course. So they make you read, research, talk to your mentor etc.

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    4. Third Anon gbam. It’s more child’s play abroad because they make it easy, enjoyable, fun and engaging. When you have done both you can compare.

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    5. Second Anon gbam too.

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  8. congrats fine Lady.

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  9. congratulation Victoria. You look good as always

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  10. Congrats beautiful Victoria Iyama. Keeping going on to PschD(Dr.in Psychology-PHD). If the compensation is not good over dia, mbok relocate to Yankee where you'll very good money with Hospitals or Psychiatry. GirlπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

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    1. Finishing my BA Counselling psychology next April, hoping to do my MA Play therapy in the UK later next year and top it up after with PsyD.

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  11. University of East London is not a serious school. Nigerian state universities are more serious. We should learn to appropriate things for what they truly represent.

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    1. But if you take that degree to Nigeria it holds more weight than Nigerian universities. Other than that yes a crap university. Polytechnic turned university.

      Nigerian state universities are more serious where? Those are glorified secondary schools.

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    2. 🀝🀝 Come and rake hug. University of East London is like Yabatech. Very low grade school. Infact Yabatech is better

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  12. Congratulations Victoria

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