- A brilliant young black lady who hails from Zimbabwe has graduated from Oxford Univesity and gained admission at Harvard
- Vee Kativhu is also a popular YouTuber and has gained recognition from Michelle Obama, LinkedIn and others
- Life did not actually start so easily for the 22-year-old as she lost her dad early and had to go through some struggles as a result
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Vee Kativhu, a young brilliant black lady who is also a popular YouTuber has gained admission to study for her master's at Harvard University after graduating from Oxford.
Narrating her story in different posts sighted by Legit.ng on her Twitter handle, Vee indicates that she was raised by a single parent from Zimbabwe and went through many struggles.
When Vee's father passed on, the young woman had to leave her home country, learn English, attend disruptive state schools, and work long hours to help her mother.
See graduation post below:
By working relentlessly, she was recognized along the line by Michelle Obama, LinkedIn and other renowned organizations for her passion and achievements.
Just a month after her 22nd birthday, Vee secured a 12-month partnership with LinkedIn's changemakers and will be working with them on a campaign to help students.
On that occasion, Vee Kativhu used the opportunity to narrate her story from how she started off in Zimbabwe to get to where she is today.
See video below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Chika Stacy Oriuwa, made the nation really proud as she graduated from the University of Toronto (UT) school and became a doctor. Oriuwa was the only black student out of a class of 259 students when she enrolled at UT in 2016.
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On Tuesday, June 2, the student did not only graduate as the best student but was the school's valedictorian, making her the second black person to have that feat since the inception of the school.
She was the first black student in 14 years with the honour. In 1992, Dr Kristine Whiteheads, a present practitioner in Ottawa, was the first black individual with the honour.
"I am extremely pleased to see that Dr. Oriuwa has been recognized by her peers, it is a tremendous honour," Whitehead recognizes Oriuwa’s feat.
The Nigerian said that she considers it a great privilege to study medicine, saying that it is also a big responsibility to be a doctor.
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