- Elizabeth Ogowo has been called to bar after bagging first class in law, a feat she achieved despite facing several challenges
- The Nigerian lady said to get to where she is today, it took her 10 years and she had to study at three different universities
- According to her, knowing that she needed God in the affairs of her life gave her the required strength to triumph
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A Nigerian lady, Elizabeth Ogwo, has overcome all odds to achieve her life’s dream. In a LinkedIn post, she said it took her 10 solid years before she was called to the Nigerian bar as a lawyer.
She also had to study at three different universities. Elizabeth said when she finished secondary school in 2010, she thought hard work and her intelligence would get her the goal of being a lawyer, thinking she would not need God.
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Several challenges later, she was greatly humbled. The Nigerian lawyer said she faced odds she never anticipated. In 2014, she lost four years of her life as everything went south.
The Nigerian lady said that the very moment she realized she would need more than herself to get to where she wanted was when things started falling back into place.
Elizabeth came out of everything as a victor and had a first-class in law before she was called to bar. Many who congratulated her appreciated God’s grace in her life.
Read some of the people's comments below:
Onyekachukwu Odenigbo said:
Congratulations lionel, love the perseverance. Glad you were able to get up again. Lives are dependent on that move. Thank God you took the right step. Have your long term goals and keep it in front of you every day
Solomon Obaro said:
Congratulations. Your resilience and faith in the Almighty paid off. I join Millions of lawyers all over the world to welcome you to the bar
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Adetoun N said:
A win well deserved. Glad you persevered and prevailed with the help of God. Congratulations and greater heights by the grace of God, Amen.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Yusuf Asamu Olalere, finished his law school in a grand style as he emerged as the overall best graduating student.
To honour his achievement, the Nigerian Law School gave him 12 awards to celebrate him. It should be noted that Olalere also graduated with a first-class from the University of Ibadan (UI).
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