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Friday, 7 July 2017

When you tell an African parent you want to study English instead of medicine

Lol at Things Fall Apart...

15 comments:

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Lmao


... Merited happiness

OSINANL said...

NOT FUNNY

Jumoke said...

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that goes by without a robbery incidence at okada -Ogbemudia farm axis of lagos - Benin road. The Police is aware of its notoreity but cares not.

Faith Akpomedaye said...

Loooooool.

Anonymous said...

So true my dad kept on insulting me for reading English

NAFISAT ABDULWAHAB said...

Lol...

Lizzyadams72 said...

Very funny

ST KIZITO BOUTIQUE said...

Lol. Funny

christian Uzodinma said...

Definitely not in Nigeria!😂😂😂😂































































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Anonymous said...

Context might be wrong tho as Chinua Achebe switched courses because of the way Africans were portrayed in Western books and wanted to change that perspective so he had a strong reason for switching courses.

Anonymous said...

We know many are called but few are chosen. Apart from Achebe's talent, he was very lucky, he had what I call 'the grace of God' in his writing career. Many writers today are poor and frustrated. Not everyone can be a Chimamanda Adichie. I'd encourage my child to read medicine rather than English. There are greater chances of making a decent living as a doctor than as a graduate of English. I'd cite the examples of Dr Wellesley Cole and Dr Sarif Easmon from Sierra Leone,who were both doctors and acclaimed writers as well, and Dr James James Ene Henshaw, who wrote the popular 'This is Our Chance.'

Udolisa Ugochukwu said...

😂😂😂😂lol...lwkmdh oo

Vivian Reginalds said...

Haha
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Attah Patrick said...

Writers are passionate people, they go with their hearts.

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