How I Emerged As Professor in US Varsity — Helen Paul Opens Up

Helen Paul, a popular Nigerian comedienne who was recently made a professor at the Heart International Bible University in the United States, has revealed the secrets to her success.

Helen Paul

Helen Paul, who is overjoyed with his achievement, stated in a recent interview:

“Whatever you accomplish in your sector of work will help you advance in your career.” For example, Nike Art Gallery, a gorgeous woman who is one of my mentors, her skill speaks for her both at home and abroad, to the point that she is being recognized in universities not just in Nigeria but all over the world.

“Also, I learnt that Prof. Lamidi Fakeye of Michigan University, USA, got promoted by his artistic works (wood structure) at the Institute of African Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University in the 1980s. This shows that talent works as well.”

First, professorial positions are about what experiences you have had and your PhD as long as you are actively engaged in a University with consistently both talent and research works.

“So, it is not really about furthering studies, rather, it is about being promoted due to one’s contributions and pedigree to scholarship and humanity in general.

“In addition, the degree I bagged in the prestigious University of Lagos, Nigeria being my PhD is the key to my being relevant in a university or academic circle. I have for a while been actively involved with teachings and affiliative partnerships with universities across the globe using entertainment as a tool. Also, many of my performances are case studies for my research works.”

“Sincerely, I feel very humbled and pray to have the energy, tenacity and capacity to fit into the huge tasks ahead.

“I know it comes with very huge responsibilities, expectations, discipline, endless readings and a critical mindset to initiate ideas, analyse and evaluate positions and contribute meaningfully to both the academic community and the society at large.

“And the field is essential in performance appreciation, ethics and theories with a spice of comedy and its related forms. I thank Nigerians for celebrating their own.”

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