Africa’s First Hip Hop Lecturer Artist Bags Ph.D

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Africa’s First Hip Hop Lecturer Artist Bags Ph.D

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Nigerian singer and songwriter, Dr. Theorist also known as University of Ilorin Lecturer, Isiaq A.A, popularly called theorist ologo, has been unveiled as one of the latest PhD graduates from Kwara State University, Nigeria.
He said education and talent could make one go far in life as both does not affect each other. According to him, he happened to be an artist and also a lecturer in the university of Ilorin.
According to reports, theorist ologo or Dr Theorist who happened to be the first African lecturer to sing hip-hop music is determined to influence people from all walks of life on the value of education and talent exhibition and how both can be managed effectively to become a successful individual.
The “First African Lecturer Hip-hop Artiste” who bags his PhD with distinction (First class) in an interview with one of our correspondence said,
 While talent may rule the world, education can help to improve it. As a result, being an artist does not diminish the importance of education in personal development and society progress. Therefore, I want to be an exemplary role model for emerging youths, who may wish to forgo education for talent or talent for education.
Do you agree with his view that talent and education goes hand in hand? Kindly share your views on the comment section.
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@Drtheorist1
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Nigerian singer and songwriter, Dr. Theorist also known as University of Ilorin Lecturer, Isiaq A.A, popularly called theorist ologo, has been unveiled as one of the latest PhD graduates from Kwara State University, Nigeria.
He said education and talent could make one go far in life as both does not affect each other. According to him, he happened to be an artist and also a lecturer in the university of Ilorin.
According to reports, theorist ologo or Dr Theorist who happened to be the first African lecturer to sing hip-hop music is determined to influence people from all walks of life on the value of education and talent exhibition and how both can be managed effectively to become a successful individual.
The “First African Lecturer Hip-hop Artiste” who bags his PhD with distinction (First class) in an interview with one of our correspondence said,
 While talent may rule the world, education can help to improve it. As a result, being an artist does not diminish the importance of education in personal development and society progress. Therefore, I want to be an exemplary role model for emerging youths, who may wish to forgo education for talent or talent for education.
Do you agree with his view that talent and education goes hand in hand? Kindly share your views on the comment section.
Instagram/Facebook:
@Drtheorist1
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