Another Nigerian, Hassanat Lawal, has achieved a milestone in academics as she graduated from the University of Exeter with distinction in Human Health.
Added to that, the Nigerian in a post she made on LinkedIn, said she got her school dean's commendation for the academic brilliance.
Hassanat appreciated the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship 2018 and the university for giving her the opportunity.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian Abiola Orimolade made the nation proud as he graduated with an excellent MBA degree at Sul Ross State University, Texas.
Abiola started as a normal student and had to write four JAMB four times to get into his dream university.
In an interview with the media, he said his parents said he was quite independent at a very young age, saying he wanted to become an engineer like his father. He said what stopped him was his hatred for chemistry and physics.
In 2019, he became the most outstanding student at the American university. He said that the hard work he put into the looking for admission eventually paid off as he graduated with distinction from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU).
Abiola presently has 5+ years of experience and an amazing record in Business Process Management, project & program management, sales and marketing.
In other news, a 17-year-old teenager, Carson Huey-You, became the youngest person to ever get a master’s degree from Texas Christian University (TCU).
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It should be noted that he got his undergraduate degree at the young age of 14 before bagging a masters in physics.
Another wondrous thing about Carson is that he has a younger brother who is following in his genius footsteps.
The 17-year-old said he is just a normal kid who likes playing video games with his brother and petting his dog outside of the school.
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