Nigerian lady becomes chartered accountant at a young age of 22

Nigerian lady becomes chartered accountant at a young age of 22

It goes without saying that Nigeria is home to a huge number of brilliant and outstanding people. If they aren't gaining recognition for innovative ideas, they are attaining great educational heights.

Earlier on, reported the news of how a young boy named Ernest Collins built a generator using carton scraps. According to reports, the 13-year-old boy built the generator to power a mini house he constructed with his engineering skills. As impressive as it sounds, there are so many amazing stories of young people achieving and doing great things in the country.

Recently the news of a 22-year-old Nigerian lady who became a chattered accountant has left the internet buzzing. According to the story, she is a holder of a bachelor's degree, a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), a member of Associates of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB) and also holds the ACA qualification which is prescribed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Obviously feeling proud of herself, she took to her Twitter page to post a photo of herself while she shared the good news. She wrote: "Your WCW is now a Chartered Accountant. BSc. ✔AAT ✔ACIB ✔ACA ✔ .All at the age of 22 . I'm your WCW ".

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The young scholar, Whizqueen Source: Twitter

Her post which went viral received a lot of reactions from people who were filled with awe and admiration at her educational status. While some offered marriage proposals, others were even in doubt as it seemed rare and almost impossible to achieve such what with all the constant strike and general hurdles that affects the education sector of the country.

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