- A woman with the name, Asher Williams, has bagged a PhD in chemical engineering
- Asher said that though she could not have a graduation party, the messages she got made up for it
- The PhD holder added that she looks forward to the future as she is grateful for the achievement
A black woman with the name Asher Williams on Twitter has spoken about how after 9 years in America, she was able to bag her doctorate degree in chemical engineering.
She said she first came to America from Trinidad & Tobago as an undergraduate. She overcame all challenges and got to where she is today.
Asher attached lovely pictures to her tweet to celebrate herself as many congratulated her on the achievement.
See her graduation photos below:
With the number of congratulatory messages she got, Asher said they all made her feel like she is having the party she could not hold because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Below are some of the messages:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Austin Chibuike Ikpeama, a Nigerian got his PhD at the young age of 24 after finishing strongly from the University of Sciences, Philadelphia.
An Imo-Indigene, he got a doctorate degree in physical therapy. He is from Chokoneze community in Ezinigittee Mbaise local government. He was born and raised in the US.
The story of another Nigerian who goes by Dr B-Bay on Twitter showed that just anything is possible if one is dedicated enough.
He said he migrated to the US in 2000 without knowing how to speak or write the English Language.
Eleven years later in 2011, the man swotted hard and graduated high school with a good CGPA of 3.2. He never became self-complacent as he went further to finish college in 2015 with 3.5 CGPA.
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Before the test drive, the manufacturer already got a fund backing of $9 million (N3,487,500,000) backing from Canadian-based Africa Development Capital.
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