- Two Nigerian sisters broke the internet with amazing pictures as they celebrated how much they have achieved
- One of them, Onyi Chidomere, became a medical doctor after her studies at the University of Texas
- The second girl with the Twitter handle @_VICCC3_ said she also hopes to follow in her sister's footsteps
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Two young Nigerian sisters have taken over the internet as they celebrated each other, following the achievement of one of them who became a medical doctor.
On Wednesday, July 1, Onyi applauded herself for graduating from the University of Texas and becoming a doctor.
In an earlier tweet on Tuesday, July 2, Onyi’s sister had shown her off as she posted cute pictures of them together.
See their photos below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that despite the fact that parenting could be a very hard task, some people still make it seem perfect in the way they go about it.
A Nigerian-American family has set a new standard in parenting as all their four children became doctors like their father.
This kind of thing could only have been achieved through dedication and a great parenting skill, without leaving out the place of the community that would allow such growth.
It was gathered that the children’s uncle, Herbert Oye, also a doctor, left Nigeria in the 1970s in pursuit of dreams in the US.
He attended medical school and became a vascular surgeon before he moved back to Nigeria to open his hospital.
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In other news, Kamar Adeleke is one of the people with gifted hands in Nigeria. He led a team of specialists to perform a very complex surgery at Reddington Hospital on a patient named Adebiyi.
To make the operation successful, he had to put the patient’s heart on hold. The patient recovered 24 hours after the operation was done. During the time his heart was on hold, the mitral valve of the heart was repaired.
In commenting on the process, Adeleke said that the Covid-19 outbreak has shown that countries need to look inward to get solutions for themselves.
He said flying the patient out, which was not possible due to the pandemic, would have cost a lot of money for the flight and treatment.
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