- Nigerians are known for their hard work, and a lot of them have been excelling lately, establishing the truism that hard work pays
- Hajara Kabeer Abdulfatah has joined the league of Nigerians that are reaping the results of their hard work
- The Katsina state indigene graduated with a first-class in Petrol, Gas Engineering, from Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja
- In recent past, Nigerians have been making the country proud in the diaspora by excelling in schools and their places of work
Hard work pays, and the reward for hard work is good grades, a secure future, promising career and a sense of fulfilment.
The foregoing is the case of Hajara Kabeer Abdulfatah who made herself and her family proud by graduating with a first-class in Petrol, Gas Engineering, from Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja, Katsina Post reports.
Legit.ng gathers that Abdulfatah was said to have written two technical papers, one of which emerged as the best student technical paper in Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
The brilliant student, who was the president of the Nile chapter of SPE, represented Africa in Dallas, Texas, alongside other regions.
Abdulfatah, who is from Katsina state, also won the first-ever Girl in STEM award for SPE’s women development programme.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerians in the diaspora are making Nigeria proud and changing the narrative positively as they go about their daily activities wherever they find themselves.
This was the case of a Nigerian man in Toronto, Canada, Prince Segun Akanni, who was honoured in the North American country.
Akanni was honoured by the City of Toronto on September 1, 2019, for excelling in his field and for his leadership and devotion to others.
The chairman of Scarborough Community Council, Honourable Jim Karygiannis, said: "Today, you are being commended for the excellence you have achieved in your field of endeavour; leadership; and, devotion to others - contribution which serves to strengthen the community."
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