Lady who fled Nigeria after failed marriage celebrates daughter's admission to 6 Ivy League schools

Lady who fled Nigeria after failed marriage celebrates daughter's admission to 6 Ivy League schools

- Nigerian woman celebrates her daughter after she gained admission into six Ivy League schools in the US

- The mother of two revealed that she had fled Nigeria with her children to the US after a failed marriage

- Joy Nnenne thanked God for making her daughter's effort reap beautiful fruits

A Nigerian mother of two identified as Joy Nnenne has taken to social media to thank God for blessing her and her daughters. The lady revealed that her daughter had gained admission into six Ivy League schools in the United States.

The woman revealed that her daughter, Ketandu Deborah Adaeze Chiedu, had gained admission into Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Yale, Princeton and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Nnenne, who was excited and grateful to God, noted that her daughter's hard work paid off. She stated that after years of sleepless nights and dedication, she made it.

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Lady who fled Nigeria after failed marriage celebrates daughter's admission to 6 Ivy League schools Facebook source: Joy Nnnenne
Source: Facebook

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The mother of two, who thanked God for blessing her daughter, narrated that she had fled Nigeria in 2007, with her two daughters, after her marriage failed. She stated that she did not have an idea what laid ahead, she just did not doubt her ability to raise her kids.

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The woman had left Nigeria to seek greener pastures in the US Facebook source: Joy Nnnenne
Source: Facebook

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The woman's daughter was admitted into 6 Ivy League schools Facebook source: Joy Nnnenne
Source: Facebook

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On her Facebook post, the woman also explained that she is grateful that she made the decision to move to America, a place she described as where dreams can come alive if you are willing to do the work.

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