- A Nigerian lady, Nnennia Ngozi Eze, has appreciated God and her family after she was awarded her MBA by the Imperial College of London
- In a LinkedIn post, Ngozi said she would have loved to have in-person graduation, a thing that was impossible with the current outbreak
- The Nigerian, however, said she is grateful that all her hard work and sacrificed sleep paid off
A Nigerian lady, Nnennia Ngozi Eze, has bagged her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Imperial College of London.
Ngozi noted that if it was not for the coronavirus outbreak, she would be walking “across the podium at the Royal Albert Hall London” to get her certificate.
The lady said despite the pandemic, she feels delighted to have achieved the academic feat which took her two years of serious work and sleepless nights.
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She appreciated God for the grace she had throughout the period. She also thanked her husband and kids for supporting her.
It should be noted that Ngozi got her first degree from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
Many congratulatory messages flooded her post as she has over 500 comments as at the time of writing this report.
Below are some of the reactions:
Okey Ogwo said:
Akinyemi Aduwo said:
"Congrats. All the sleepless nights were worth it."
"Many congratulations Nnennia! A great journey, and many more achievements to come."
"Great job as expected Nnennia."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man Damilola Adebayo on Saturday, October 24, bagged his doctorate degree from the University of Cambridge, UK, a programme he started in 2016.
Adebayo said that when he enrolled for his PhD four years ago, he never thought that he would be graduating at a pandemic period.
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He appreciated God for a smooth journey. He also thanked his wife, Eyitayo Victoria Adebayo, for how her companionship really helped him.
Adebayo said that his PhD research critically looked at the “history of electrification in Southern Nigeria from 1898 to 1972”.