- A Nigerian lady, MaryJane Ijeoma Nweje, has gained admission into the University of Oxford
- Ijeoma celebrated herself as she posted photos, saying she has finally achieved her dream
- Many people congratulated the Nigerian lady as they wished her well in her academic pursuit
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Many Nigerians are portraying the image of the country in positive ways abroad. A lady, MaryJane Ijeoma Nweje, has got every reason to celebrate.
In a LinkedIn post on Sunday, October 18, the lady said that she was admitted into the University of Oxford, UK, as she shared photos of her in the school.
Ijeoma said going to Oxford is a dream that God has made her achieve. The Nigerian lady added that she is super excited at what the future holds for her.
Ijeoma shared five photos that showed her posing in the school’s iconic campus. In one of the photos, she could be seen standing with other students.
Many reacted to her post on the platform with over 2,000 likes. As at the time of writing this report, she has close to 300 comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Congratulations, well deserved. You are destined for greatness and blessed beyond measure. #GoConquertheWorld"
Gilbert A. Zowonu said:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian identified as Enyo Sam Odiba on Facebook on Wednesday, September 23, narrated how he could not gain admission into a Nigerian university after writing the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board exams in 2016 and 2017.
When he registered for the third time in 2018, he never showed up for the exams because he already lost interest in Nigerian universities.
He gave his reasons for wanting to study abroad as a need for a new environment and the poor political leadership in the country.
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Odiba later gained a scholarship to St Petersburg University, Russia after several rejections.
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