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Shaping a son of Africa

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  • Dilibe was the second Nigerian and black boy to go to Eton. The late Tokunbo Akintola preceeded him by at least two terms.

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  • Considering all the issues raised in the story, I find it really amusing that all Omo Nigeria could comment on was that a Yoruba man enrolled at Eton "at least two terms" before an Ibo man. Herein lies the problem with Nigeria. Ridiculous!

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  • Onye, I find your comments rather sad and pathetic... u obviously have a chip of sorts on your shoulder. I read Omo Nigeria's comment for what they were: A correction of a factual inaccuracy... Why on earth did you have to bring your tribal prejudices into it? Duh!!

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