So we’re here for another table shaking time on our campus
Today, we are comparing two amazing schools again, bringing out two remarkable features and one bad side (every school has that🤷♂️).
Last week, we compared alumni from UNILAG and UI in relation to their impact on Nigerian students
Now the bout this week is between UNILAG and UNILORIN.
We would be comparing the good and bad sides of both schools while you decide which is better.
Let’s get right to it…
It’s Campus Conflict Time!!!
The University of Lagos, Akoka has many good sides to it, one of which is its location in a bubbly part of Lagos state. Now, let’s quickly look at the good sides and the bad side.
It’s true that the location of the school (
One of the reference points UNILAG students mention quickly is the quality of its alumni. Many famous people in Nigeria are graduates of UNILAG. The list of prominent people who attended UNILAG is endless.
– The Bad Side
I honestly tried to think of a word (or phrase) that puts the following sets of people in one corner: Cultists, ‘runs girls’, Internet fraudsters, and almost anyone living on the wrong idea of a ‘fast life’ – The phrase I came up with is Moral Bankruptcy.
UNILAG has had its share of negative publicity based on several bad things that have happened on its campus, often caused by the morally bankrupt students, and it’s funny how it seems (Keyword being ‘seems’) like half the students fall into this category.
So, this is another great school in Nigeria with equally great academic excellence. UNILORIN prides herself as a school moving to break bounds. From her motto: Probitas
Now let’s look at the good sides and the bad side.
Everyone in Nigeria knows about the ‘great striking’ issues
High Moral Standard
I know that the issue of morality is slowly becoming debatable as a matter of subjectivity, but the importance of having young people who
Campus Conflict – The Bad Side
While it’s important to groom fine young men and women to join the labour force morally sound and active, It is also important to give room for experiences and a taste of freedom. The university is among the very few universities with a dress code and a long list of dos and don’ts, making it seem nothing less than a secondary school.
Now that we’ve cleared the air, it’s time for you to choose… Which school would you save if we imagine the federal government wants to stop funding one and spend more on the other?
Would you save UNILAG or UNILORIN? Let us know by using the comment box.