Man who lost his parents years ago becomes a medical doctor (photos)

Man who lost his parents years ago becomes a medical doctor (photos)

- A Nigerian man named Victor Bamisaye has overcome the challenges that tried to break him as he became a medical doctor

- The man said he lost his mom in 2014, years after his father passed away in 2007

- Bamisaye said when he achieved his academic dream, he realised that has not lost everything

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A young Nigerian man identified as Victor Bamisaye has become a medical doctor after facing so many harsh realities in life.

Legit.ng came across the medical doctor’s touching story after he shared a post about his life and achievement on his Twitter page.

According to Bamisaye, he became an orphan after he lost his father in 2007 and not long after that, his mother also passed away in 2014.

The young medical doctor explained that he realized that all was not lost in 2017 after he became a medical doctor.

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The Nigerian man overcame all his challenges to achieve his dream. Photo source: Twitter/Bamisaye Victor

The Nigerian man overcame all his challenges to achieve his dream. Photo source: Twitter/Bamisaye Victor

Orphan doctor

Bamisaye lost his father in 2007 and his mother in 2014

See his post below:

Victor Bamisaye’s life story does not only teach us to keep fighting for our dreams but also that we can achieve anything with determination no matter the struggles we face.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Ifeanyi Okpala, studying in the US made the nation really proud by winning a special award for his MS thesis at the University of Alabama Graduate School.

It should be noted that about five months ago or so, Ifeanyi earned his masters degree in flying colours as he completed a 105-page thesis, two journal articles, four conference papers, and had a CGPA of 4.0/4.0.

On the school's Twitter page on Wednesday, May 6, he was announced as the winner of the 2020 department of civil, construction and environmental engineering outstanding MS thesis award.

The Nigerian is currently a PhD student at the University of Alabama. This is no mere feat, it is indeed commendable.

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In related news, an institution in the United States, Princeton University, chose its first black valedictorian in the school 274-year history for Princeton’s Class of 2020.

Nicholas Johnson who was named for the position is a Canadian student who studied in operations research and financial engineering.

He said that being considered for the position holds great importance for him, considering how the school is connected with the institution of slavery.

He added that he hopes the new development serves as an inspiration to black students around the world.

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