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Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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    1. My department, mass communication.lol

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    2. Secretarial Studies Department in Yaba Tech then. We had like just 5 guys in the Department.

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    3. In the extreme north we have almost same ratio of male and fenale nurses

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  2. Is it education?

    I don't know sha

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    1. But on a more serious note, why should brothels contain only girls, why cheapen yourselves for lascivious men this way?

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    2. Brothel, in today's world that is not 100 anymore, there is a way brothers run theirs now, and you will not find a single female there. Bobrisky is a pro here, he can explain better.

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  4. Na my department, English Language and Literature.

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    1. Na true oooooo...I noticed this too in school then

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    2. Yes very true! I remember back then

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    1. Mass communication at my school had many guys o. More like 45% guys to 55% girls.

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  6. Office Technology Management formerly Secretariat study

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    1. Very correct!!!

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    2. You are right ooooo.

      I studied Business Education at my NCE level..See women for my department like water.

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    1. *rial*...u are right oooooo..go to any college of education..na Dem dey full day department ooo

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    2. Pinky is correcting Teejay? Wonderful🤣
      Pinky, Teejay writes better than you o, no just think am. Your own gbagauns na bomb

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  8. Nursing.😁😁😁


    Lovelace

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    1. That was then,for Nursing.

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    2. I don't know which then you are talking about. Even now the ratio of women to men in nursing is still high.


      Lovelace

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  9. Lagos Mainland Girl14 September 2021 at 18:12

    Mass Communication it is
    Lol

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  10. Theater art nd Mass communication

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  11. Library and information science

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  12. Yoruba Engineering

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  13. Marketing

    I entered the defunct Century Bank marketing department at Apapa, Lagos those days. The office was like a big store or small warehouse. All desks were occupied by women.

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    1. Any graduate can work as a marketer,not only those who studied marketing as a course. When I worked in a bank 15 yrs ago, I met Yoruba graduates, Agricultural science, Insurance and even History graduates who were marketers. Even myself, I read microbiology

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  14. Mass communication oh.Hands down

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  15. Nursing
    Food Science and Technology
    English Education
    Guidance and Counselling

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  16. Secretariat Administration Department.

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  17. Gone are the days of 3 mon 90 women in nursing o.No go dull am

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  18. Mechanical engineering department

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  19. Just joined SDK family. Please welcome me ooo

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    1. Welcome Happy@fabrics. May your stay here bring you joy, laughter and knowledge. 🤗🤗🤗

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    2. You're welcome

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    3. You are welcome dear.
      Be happy as your name 😊

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  20. Amebo or Tatafo Department
    Gbegborun Faculty

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  21. Linguistics, Mass Com, International relations...

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  22. Food and nutrition

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  23. Education/ Home Management/ Nursing

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