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One of the best graduating students of the University of Lagos, Mansur Ismaila, in this interview with Folashade Adebayo and  Sodiq Oyeleke, shares his pains and gains of dropping out of medical school after 10 years at the University of Ilorin, two weeks to his final examination.

Kindly tell us about yourself

I am Mansur Akolade Ismaila. I just graduated with a Bachelors degree from the Department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos.

What is the Cumulative Grade Point you graduated with?

I graduated with a CGPA of 4.59.

How do you feel graduating as a first class student?

I feel happy and I feel relieved, too.

What are the factors responsible for your feat?

The God factor; mentorship and guidance; focus and doggedness; broad-based teaching and support from my lecturers; my academic and cognitive maturity, harnessed from my years in medical school.

You were a medical student?

I was in the University of Ilorin, where I studied Medicine and Surgery for a total of 10 years, precisely between 2001 and 2011.

Can you share some of your experiences at UNILORIN?

UNILORIN was hellish for me. I never wanted to become a medical doctor in the first place. While I was at the institution, the course was made unbearable, and I think unnecessarily difficult then. Tens of us were failing and repeating serially, and several colleagues were withdrawn in shocking circumstances; some at 500 level and even final year! But I was different, in that, despite the fact that I repeated 200, 300, 500 and 600 levels and spent a total 10 years instead of six years at the UNILORIN Medical School, I really never wanted to become a doctor. Deep down in me, I really was never a doctor. My heart was always somewhere else; in journalism or law. I chose journalism after I voluntarily withdrew from medical school in my 10th year, that was two weeks to my second attempt at the final MBBS exams. The rest is history.

Why did you drop out of medical school?

I was originally pressured into studying Medicine by my father. But he made an innocuous, and I must say, a well-intentioned error. Like many Nigerian parents, he wanted me to be in science class in secondary school and proceed to study the “best course in the world”. For several other personal, and seemingly justified reasons, he pushed me into medical school and kept me there, paying lots of money year after year to sustain me, for 10 years. Unfortunately, I was quite brilliant in secondary school and I didn’t fail badly enough to send warning signals then. Trouble only started in the second year of MBBS. Unfortunately again, I had zero interest in medicine, and very strong feelings for the news, the media, reading and public speaking. Then and now, I remain a voracious consumer of the news, and the common complaint of my friends has always been that I talk too much. Today, I talk for money (laughs). I dropped out of medicine because I could not take it no more. It was killing me. It destroyed my cognitive acumen, and turned me into a sad, depressed man; a perpetual failure. Essentially, I spent the 10 years studying medicine and discovering myself. The experience subconsciously prepared me for a new life of success in Mass Communication.

What are the lessons you learnt from your ordeal?

Many lessons. And I’ve decided to spend the rest of my life teaching those lessons to parents and their children. Firstly, parents need to listen to their kids concerning their ambitions. Parents should not foist their own aspirations on their children, no matter the economic and social pressure. You really can’t make tons of money from a profession you hate because you had probably not do well in it in the first instance. Second, children should go the extra mile to convince their parents as to their education and career choices. If you’ve got no clear focus and ambition, you’d have no choice but to act another person’s script.

What are the challenges you encountered before and after taking the decision to drop out of medical school?

Challenges? Yes, many. I had lots of antagonists, including close family and friends. Eventually, I had to stop listening to the naysayers. They all promptly ‘converted’ after

my first semester exams in UNILAG, which ended with a First Class GPA; 4.67. I also had funding issues, especially at those times when my dad had not converted yet. I had to pay for crucial crossover exams like WASSCE, GCE, UTME and Post-UTME exams. I had to engage in petty business; bulk SMS to be precise, and my mum paid for the rest. For that, I’m eternally grateful to my mum. She is a huge reason I climbed into a First Class and stayed there till the end. Adjusting to life in the Social Sciences/Arts was also a challenge. I had to buy all the necessary books and read them back to back. Eventually, I spent two months studying for the usual three-year arts class, and the results shocked even me! I had distinctions in all the subjects I offered at WASSCE and GCE, a high score in UTME for that period and a smooth ride into UNILAG, on the merit list.

When you see some of your course mates in UNILORIN, how do you feel?

I feel great now. They’re great doctors. I’m an aspiring journalist, and a proud medical school dropout (laughs).

Is your experience part of why you strived for first class?

Yes, definitely. I needed to do well in my new course of study. But also for hundreds, probably thousands of youths who are going through the hell I went through. I wanted to use my story to tell them, and their parents, that it pays to follow their passion and not succumb to forced and foisted ambitions.

Do you have any regret for dropping out?

Absolutely no regrets. Absolutely none.

How do your parents feel with your feat?

My parents are my greatest supporters now, especially my dad. He put me under so much pressure during my project writing and I was elated. My mum is at the very top of the list of my fans. Usually, when I called her then that I’ve secured yet another First Class semester GPA, my darling mum would start dancing. I had to keep her dancing. So I had to remain on the First Class till the very end.

What is your greatest regret as an undergraduate?

Greatest regret? I’d have loved to be more involved in politics. But my course adviser and father-figure, Pastor Tayo Popoola asked me to choose between student politics and a First Class. I chose the First Class. In my department, you hardly can have both.

If you have opportunity to ask UNILAG management for something, what will it be?

I would beg the UNILAG authorities to grant me a Graduate Assistantship. My passions really lie in teaching and research, and I’d love to settle into the university as soon as possible, especially because of my relatively advanced age.

When was your saddest moment on campus?

My saddest moment? None. I only had challenging moments. And they made, no

marred me. All the sad days went away with medical school.

What role did your parents play in your education?

My mum was very supportive, from the very beginning of this academic gamble cum adventure. My dad was a late believer in this idea, but he eventually came around to support me too.

How were you able to combine extra-curricular activities with your studies?

It was always school first. But a lot of times, those extracurricular activities actually meshed with school, a good example of which was my two-tenure UNILAG Sun Editor-in-Chief experience.

Did you occupy any position while on campus?

Yes. I will be best remembered as a two-term Editor-in-Chief of UNILAG Sun, the flagship convocation newspaper of the University of Lagos.

What is next for you?

I will remain in the media industry for a while, after which I intend to return to my department as a Graduate Assistant. I plan to also proceed for my postgraduate studies. I wish to focus on teaching and research.

How were you able to manage your social life?

Social life? If you meant clubbing, partying and drinking? None. Till date, my common nickname all over UNILAG is Alfa. I had fun though, tons and tons of it, but within the limits of my religion.

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Psalm Ebube & Lara George – Aka Jehovah

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Psalm Ebube and Lara George collaborate for a brand new soul lifting praise anthem titled ‘Aka Jehovah‘ (God That Does Good) off Revealing Jesus Album.

Aka Jehovah is a soul-lifting and powerful Igbo praise piece which encourages us to trust in God in all that we do.

Many will see what he has done and be amazed. They will put their trust in the LORD.  He will never let you fall down.

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Demmie Vee – Work & Pray

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Demmie Vee has finally released his highly anticipated EP titled Ojoro. Off this EP comes this song titled Work & Pray.

Demmie Vee Work & Pray is the first song on the EP and it was produced by Izzy Blaq, mixed and mastered by STG.

The HND (Hope Never Dies) Records singer delivers an amazing 7 track EP with songs like Hypocrite, King Solomon and others

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Steffany Gretzinger – Out Of Hiding (Father’s Song)

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Bethel Music’s Steffany Gretzinger has a deep desire to create worship music that goes beyond the usual boundaries of the genre and she pours it into Out Of Hiding (Father’s Song)

Her heart to listen before she sings creates exquisite and refreshing music to aid listeners in experiencing God. You can hear Steffany’s anointed, emotive and prophetic worship in Bethel’s “You Know Me,” “Closer,” “Letting Go,” “Be Still” and “We Dance” from You Make Me Brave.

Steffany sings songs with an amazing passion, with unashamed praise and gratitude to our Savior that is very inspiring and emotionally moving. All of her songs are poignant and powerful with earnest, worshipful lyrics.

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lyrics: Steffany Gretzinger – Out Of Hiding (Father’s Song)

Come out of hiding You’Re safe here with Me
There’s no need to cover what I already see
You’ve got your reasons, but I hold your peace

You’ve been on lockdown, but i hold the key

‘Cause I loved you before you knew what was love
I saw it all, still I chose the cross
You were the one that I was thinking of
When I rose from the grave
Now rid of the shackles, My victory is yours
I tore the veil for you to come close
There’s no reason to stand at a distance anymore
You’re not far from home

I’ll be your lighthouse when you’re lost at sea
I will illuminate everything
No need to be frightened by intimacy
Just throw off your fear and come running to me

chrous

Cause I loved you before you knew what was love
I saw it all, still I chose the cross
You were the one that I was thinking of
When I rose from the grave
Now rid of the shackles, My victory is yours
I tore the veil for you to come close
There’s no reason to stand at a distance anymore
You’re not far from home

You’re not far from home keep on coming

Oh as you run, what hindered love
Will only become part of the story 4x

baby, You’re almost home now
Please don’t quit now
You’re almost home to Me
Baby, you’re almost home now
Please don’t quit now
You’re almost home to Me

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Demmie Vee – African Time

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Demmie Vee has finally released his highly anticipated EP titled Ojoro. Off this EP comes this song titled African Time.

Demmie Vee African Time is the 4th song on the EP and it was produced by Izzy Blaq, mixed and mastered by STG.

The HND (Hope Never Dies) Records singer delivers an amazing 7 track EP with songs like Hypocrite, King Solomon and others

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Juls ft. Worlasi – Nyafu Riddim

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Juls has released the official music video to his previously heard single “Nyafu Riddim”.

The song “Nyafu Riddim” features Ghanaian talented singer, Worlasi. It is off the British-Ghanaian DJ and record producer’s new project, ‘Colour‘ tape.

The video was shot at Lagos, Nigeria and Jamestown, Accra, Ghana.

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Sinzu ft. Olamide – Change Am For Them

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Sinzu teams up with YBNL Boss, Olamide on this new single titled Change Am For Them.

The new record, “Change Am For Them” is lifted from the Davido Music Worldwide and Sinzu Music Group general’s most recent project, “Better Late Than Never” album.

However, the “Better Late Than Never” album features the likes of Olamide, Yung6ix, Zlatan, Peruzzi, Czure and MikeTheGlory.

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Finally, the song from Sinzu ft Olamide is a massive hit.

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Drake – The Motto (Remix) Lyrics

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Drake – The Motto (Remix) Lyrics

[Drake:]
I’m the fuckin’ man, you don’t get it do ya?
Type of money everybody acting like they knew ya
Go Uptown, New York City bitch
Some Spanish girls love me like I’m Aventura
Tell Uncle Luke I’m out in Miami too
Clubbing hard, fuckin’ women there ain’t much to do

Wrist blang, got a condo up in Biscayne
Still getting brain from a thang, ain’t shit changed
How you feel? how you feel? how you feel?
Twenty five sittin’ on 25 mil uh
I’m in the building and I’m feeling myself
Rest in peace Mac Dre, I’mma do it for the Bay, okay
Getting paid we’ll holler whenever that stop
My team good, we don’t really need a mascot
Tell Tune “light one, pass it like a relay”
YMCMB you niggas more YMCA
Me, Franny, Marley Marl at the crib-o
Shout goes out to Niko, J and Chubbs, shout to Gibbo
We got Santa Margarita by the liter
She know even if I’m fucking with her, I don’t really need her
Aoh, that’s how you feel man?
That’s really how you feel?
‘Cause the pimpin’ ice cold, all these bitches wanna chill
I mean maybe she won’t
Then again maybe she will
I can almost guarantee she know the deal,
Real nigga what’s up?

[Drake:]
Now she want a photo
You already know though
You only live once: that’s the motto nigga YOLO and
We bout it every day, every day, every day
Like we sittin’ on the bench, nigga we don’t really play
Every day, every day, fuck what anybody say
Can’t see ’em ’cause the money in the way
Real nigga what’s up?

[Lil Wayne:]
One, time fuck one time
I’m calling niggas out like the umpire
Seven, grams in the blunt
Almost drowned in her pussy so I swam to her butt
It’s Eastside, we in this bitch
Wish a nigga would like a tree in this bitch
And if a leaf fall put some weed in that bitch
That’s my MO add a B to that shit
I’m fucked-up, tore-down
I’m twisted: door knob
Talk stupid, off with your head!
Nigga money talks and Mr Ed! Yea!
I’m so Young Money got a drum on the gun
Energizer bunny
Funny how honey ain’t sweet like sugar
Ain’t shit sweet niggas on the street like hookers
I tongue kiss her other tongue
Skeet skeet skeet: water gun
Oh my God, Becky, look at her butt! Tunechi

[Drake:]
Now she want a photo
You already know though
You only live once: that’s the motto nigga YOLO and
We bout it every day, every day, every day
Like we sitting on the bench, nigga we don’t really play
Every day, every day, fuck what anybody say
Can’t see ’em ’cause the money in the way
Real nigga what’s up

[Tyga:]
T Raw, skinny nigga big balls
Fuck around get dragged, Ru Paul
You a funny little nigga, Duval
Out of this world, Total Recall
Call a bitch raw dick let her see-saw
Sorta like a donkey like an ass nigga he-haw
Riding round in the ‘rari with the top off
While you in the window man I’m probably on my next car
Ay! Mighty duck with the ice on
Real L.A. nigga trucks with the gun drawn
Drawing on your face you a clown jack in the box
Boy that’s your bop she my new poom poom star
Stars in the back and my homies they don’t act
Acting brand new fuck her never call her back
Matt Forte got the bitch running back
Man that’s the motto you ain’t know it’s like that?

[Drake:]
Now she want a photo
You already know though
You only live once: that’s the motto nigga YOLO and
We bout it every day, every day, every day
Like we sitting on the bench, nigga we don’t really play
Every day, every day, fuck what anybody say
Can’t see ’em ’cause the money in the way
Real nigga what’s up what’s up what’s up
Real nigga what’s up what’s up what’s up
Real nigga what’s up what’s up what’s up

Bio

Aubrey Drake Graham is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and businessman. Drake gained recognition as an actor on the teen drama television series Degrassi: The Next Generation in the early 2000s.
Born: 24 October 1986 (age 33 years), Toronto, Canada
Net worth: US$150 million (2019) (estimate)
Movies and TV shows: Degrassi: The Next Generation

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Drake – Talk Is Cheap Lyrics

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[Drake (Static Major):]
(Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Yeah, hey there, help me
I’ve been away too long and I know you’d agree
I’m so tired, but I can’t sleep
My door’s open and that don’t mean leave
Know what I mean?

[Aaliyah (Drake):]
Don’t let me fool yah
Boy, you don’t know me (oh shit)
Suppose I said I want you
This very moment
Come here and let me school yah
This is how it’s done
Boy, you gotta push my buttons
The ones that turn me on, turn me on
Turn me on, turn me on
Turn me on, turn me on
Turn me on, turn me on

[Static Major:]
Don’t rush, but don’t wait
Don’t talk ’cause it’s gettin’ late
Sit right here, next to me
What’s up? Your talk is cheap

[Aaliyah:]
Don’t let me fool yah
Boy, you don’t know me
Suppose I said I want you
This very moment
Come here and let me school yah
This is how it’s done
Boy, you gotta push my buttons
The ones that turn me on, turn me on
Turn me on, turn me on
Turn me on, turn me on

[Drake:]
You know I gotta ask, what’s up with the friends that you bring?
Know you got some other cool friends that you never bring
New stories for you every time the phone ring
They don’t understand, girl if anything you’re everything
Oh lord, good lord, smoke a little, then record
You know Papi on the vocals, 40 on the boards
Call me when you feel inspired, never when you’re bored
And have a real conversation with your fuckin’ boy
With the fuckin’ man, Mr. Lover-Lover-Man
How come everything is on the other hand?
How come you ain’t never busy when I’m busy
But the moment that I’m free you always end up with some other plans?
How you make a good dude wait so long?
I don’t understand why, that’s some girl shit
And what you doin’ in the bedroom with your clothes on?
I want you wearin’ what you came into the world with

[Aaliyah (Static Major):]
(This is your chance to prove that you got the skill)
Don’t let me fool yah
Boy, you don’t know me
Suppose I said I want you
This very moment
(You said you could give me the chills)
Come here and let me school yah
This is how it’s done
(Well it’s all up to you)
Boy you gotta push my buttons
(But you don’t know what to do)
The ones that turn me on, turn me on

[Aaliyah (Static Major):]
Turn me on, turn me on
Turn me on, turn me on
(Hey, woo!
Girl this very, very moment, yeah
Yeah, yeah)

Bio

Aubrey Drake Graham is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and businessman. Drake gained recognition as an actor on the teen drama television series Degrassi: The Next Generation in the early 2000s.
Born: 24 October 1986 (age 33 years), Toronto, Canada
Net worth: US$150 million (2019) (estimate)
Movies and TV shows: Degrassi: The Next Generation

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Drake – Take You Down Lyrics

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Drake – Take You Down Lyrics

[Intro]
[Drake Talking/ad-libing:]
Its Young Money Baby
I got something for these niggas to ride to
Fa’sho
Here I go

[Verse 1:]
Let me do me, you just do you
I’m double cupped right now,
Su-woop to the bangers,
Su-woop to the bangers, (yeah)
And I say, I be on some G shit
I be on some G shit
Check out what I done, and
Check out who I be with
I’m me bitch, I said I’m me bitch

Then it goes young, young, young, young, YOUNG

[Guitar Break]

[Verse 2:]
Bust that pussy open, then I tell her bring it back
Make sure you don’t fall in love,
Cuz I don’t have the time for that
Only thing I chase is money, if you tell me where its at
When you rich, there is a certain type of woman you attract

I say I be on some G shit, I be on some G shit
Check some other niggaz for that louis shopping spree shit
Not me bitch, I said not me bitch

And it goes young, young, young, young, YOUNG

[Guitar Break/Breakdown/Solo]

[Outro Verse]
I ain’t have sex in a long time [x3]
Are we havin is sex tonight?
Ladies say, I ain’t have sex in a long time
I ain’t have sex in a long ass time
Baby, I ain’t have sex in a long time
Are we havin is sex tonight, sex tonight

Let me do me, you just do you
I’m double cupped right now
Su-woop to the (whoa oh oh ohh)

Bio

Aubrey Drake Graham is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and businessman. Drake gained recognition as an actor on the teen drama television series Degrassi: The Next Generation in the early 2000s.
Born: 24 October 1986 (age 33 years), Toronto, Canada
Net worth: US$150 million (2019) (estimate)
Movies and TV shows: Degrassi: The Next Generation

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Drake – Sweeterman (Remix) Lyrics

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Drake – Sweeterman (Remix) Lyrics

Girl I know you wanna, you know I wanna
Yeah, she keep giving me looks
Hotter than the 6 in the summer, that ass, girl I wanna

Girl I know you wanna
You know I wanna
Yeah, she keep giving me looks
Yeah, girl I know you wanna
She’s a spice, ride pipe like bike, like Yokohama
She heard the ting bend like banana
So she wanna give me the adunana-ne

She say I’m a sweeterman
But she say that she don’t need a man
I say why don’t we make an agreement then
We can just fuck while we’re being friends

Girl I know you wanna
You know I wanna
Girl I know you wanna
You know I wanna

Shawty too fly though, that’s all I know
She don’t sing songs, but if I go strong she gon’ hit this high note
She know she working with the nana
And she wanna give me the adunana-ne

She say I’m a sweeterman
But she say that she don’t need a man
What if we make an agreement then
We can just fuck while we’re being friends

Girl I know you wanna
I know you wanna
Girl I know you wanna
I know you want to girl

Ride the pipe like a bike, oh
Do the things you know I like, oh
I’m the man in my ends, oh
You’re the one, let’s not pretend

Cause the pussy too good, drink too strong
Yiy too change, I’m too sprung, I, I, I
The pussy too good, drink too strong
Yiy too change, I’m so gone, I, I, I

Girl I know you wanna
I know you wanna
Girl I know you wanna
I know you want to girl
Girl I know you wanna
I know you want to girl
Girl I know you wanna, I, I, I

She keep giving me looks
She keep giving me looks
I need you right here beside me
If you oblige me, I’ll hang it up, and I’ll never come out of retirement
You should just sleep on it, you shouldn’t doubt me
It would be different without me
What is it without me
Don’t go do nothing without me
This is a blessing, mashallah, wallahi
I swear my life story’s better than stories they telling about me
They got it twisted
Ride the pipe like a bike, make sure you’re going the distance
And if he wasn’t with it, then why were you with him?
Maybe you just had to realize
That knowing the difference can make all the difference
She wanna ride me that adanunana
Yeah she keep giving me looks

Bio

Aubrey Drake Graham is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and businessman. Drake gained recognition as an actor on the teen drama television series Degrassi: The Next Generation in the early 2000s.
Born: 24 October 1986 (age 33 years), Toronto, Canada
Net worth: US$150 million (2019) (estimate)
Movies and TV shows: Degrassi: The Next Generation

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