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Saheed Osupa, University Of Ibadan 300 Level Political Science Student Urges Colleagues & Fans To Value Education

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Although he’s one of Fuji’s most successful practitioners, Saheed Osupa thinks it’s important for everyone to have both formal and informal education.

He was speaking during a chat at NET TV where he made a stop as he gears up for the Ariya Repete concert in Lagos today. While recounting his three-decade-long career, he stated that musically he feels accomplished but is now back in school to make everything complete.

‘There’s nothing like being educated, both formally and informally. I have informal education and lots of native intelligence. That’s why I’m back in school to make up for lost time. I’ve been so busy with my career that I haven’t had time to study as I’ve wanted. But right now, I’m in 300 level at the University of Ibadan where I’m studying Political Science’, he said.

Saheed Osupa is one of the artistes billed to perform at the semifinal concert of Ariya Repete 2018. He will be joined at other bigwigs such as Adewale Ayuba, Sir Shina Peters, Taye Currency and Adekunle Gold.



  1. Jilo

    May 4, 2018 at 7:36 PM

    May I ask what are the criteria of securing an admission into Nigeria Universities nowadays? University certificate is now for sale so that any highest bidder can come and grab in as much the prize is right. I know what it takes to pass through institution of higher learning. People who cannot even obtain 5 credits at two sitting are now sitting in the four walls of Nigerian Universities to bag their bachelor’s degree.

    Do you think this guy will have enough time to complete the requisite and other course work? I’m not insulting Saheed Osupa intelligent but to be honest with all Nigerians, are our Universities giving out an admission based on merit? that is why our education in Nigeria is of less quality. The standard of education in Nigeria has fallen significantly since late 80’s. The people who enjoyed qualitative education in Nigeria are those who were trained directly under The British system that was in pre and post independence. When it comes to handling our faith we black cannot just take charge.

    • OpeyemiAIA

      May 9, 2018 at 8:37 PM

      You’re on point. I embraced crazy step in 2012 by dropping out of college when I realized I was wasting my time listening to the lecturers who couldn’t engaged Us for 30 mins without looking into their booklets.

      Most importantly, I was irritated with the high level of regurgitated education the students embraced just to pass and get good grade.

      Majority of them graduated and find it difficult to secure job because they are incompetent

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