- A beautiful lady has taken to social media to celebrate her achievement after bagging a doctorate degree
- Keilani A took to her Twitter page to announce that she recently bagged a doctorate degree in education
- Twitter users took to Keilani's comment section to congratulate her on her achievement
A beautiful young lady identified as Keilani A has taken to her social media page to celebrate herself after she bagged a doctorate degree at the age of 26.
Legit.ng notes that Keilani shared photos of herself and noted that it was not luck but hard work that earned her such feat.
As expected, Twitter users took to the comment section to congratulate Keilani for bagging a doctorate degree.
Twitter user @9D3baby wrote: "Congratulations!!! I’m so happy for you and proud of you."
Another user with the handle @MParis270 wrote: "Pretty and smart, love that for you. Congratulations."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a 300 level student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Oyo state, Seyi Ojelabi, has developed a technology to aid and make life easier for people with visual impairment.
Ojelabi, popularly known as Shyne, is a student of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
In an interaction with him, Shyne said the technology named "See-Tok" was developed to give aid and make life better for visually impaired individuals.
The technology is also able to detect obstacles in their way and give feedback in the form of sounds for easy navigation.
Shyne said that the condition of his visually impaired cousin inspired him to develop the technology, stressing that ever since the development of "See-Tok", his cousin has been independent.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian professor, Charles Egbu, had been appointed as vice chancellor of Leeds Trinity University in the United Kingdom.
The disclosure was made by the university, which said Egbu will take over from Margaret A House.
In a statement on the website of the institution, the outgoing VC held the office for seven years.
Egbu, who studied and taught at Leeds for years, will assume office on November 1, 2020.