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EBUN JOSEPH (NIGERIAN) #PLANTER FACTS

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Her entry into Ireland needs to be fully investigated.
Ebun Joseph's birth name is Ebunoluwa Arogundade. She was married/partnered to an African man (a pastor) who resided in the Lucan/Adamstown area and who passed away in March 2018. They have two sons, in their teens.

She gave a lecture in UCD entitled "Whiteness and Racism in Ireland" in April 2018.

As well as holding a Doctorate, she is also a Pastor. It is highly unlikely RTE knows that.
 
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Ebun Joseph's birth name is Ebunoluwa Arogundade. She was married/partnered to an African man (a pastor) who resided in the Lucan/Adamstown area and who passed away in March 2018. They have two sons, in their teens.

She gave a lecture in UCD entitled "Whiteness and Racism in Ireland" in April 2018.

As well as holding a Doctorate, she is also a Pastor. It is highly unlikely RTE knows that.
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If you look at Ebun Joseph's academic research online, its's all race-hustling, grievance-mongering stuff of the type you see in the US and the UK.
She appears to have been a "life coach" /positive thinking guru before sideshifting into the racism industry.

She presents as a cookie cutter Adamstown African immigrant up to that point. It is unknown if she claimed asylum, but she certainly is not fleeing her family back home.

The clue for me to her stratospheric rise in the race grifting game is her appointment as "Career Development Consultant" at the Royal College of Surgeons. Men who wear aprons as well as surgical coats.

 

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