Welcome to Fatherprada.com domain. This website is dedicated to providing visitors with relevant articles as well as the very best of student-related content, with an emphasis on admission, education, self-guide, prayer points, scholarships, quotes, tech and other student content. Remember every human is a student of something or someone.

Founded in 2017 by Enebeli Ifeanyi, Fatherprada’s blog has come a long way from its humble beginnings when it was first called studentguide.com.ng. But, due to many websites using the same name, it was changed to Fatherprada.com in 2018. Fatherprada is the nickname of Enebeli Ifeanyi.

Enebeli Ifeanyi has been in the business of supporting and counselling students across the country. He also works hands-on with school principals to improve the success rate of students. When he’s not counselling, Fatherprada can be found studying the bible and writing poems.

What makes Fatherprada website unique? The reason is simple: while other websites blog on what they think readers want to know, Fatherprada’s website was created to bridge the student’s information gap. We look for the gaps and create content to bridge them.

A brief history behind my nickname “Fatherprada”

Many website visitors think Fatherprada is a catholic priest or an old man; far from that. Fatherprada is a young, vibrant man in his 30’s. Prada was the name of his eyeglass back then in Delta State University (DESLU). Later, during NYSC, he joined NCCF Akure, where he became the State Brother Coordinator also known as (Father). Corps Members living within the Family House (NCCF) called him Father.

…and on one fateful day, his HOS in Place of Primary Assignment (PPA) called him Fatherprada.

On another fateful day, a random friend (church member in Akure) whom he rarely has conversations with also called him Fatherprada. Well… the rest is history 😀

I hope you enjoy Fatherprada’s website content as much as I enjoy offering them to you. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to use the contact form. If you want me to counsel you, request here.