- Despite the huge turmoil she has been through, Chienyenwa Eleanor Ajoku bagged her degree from the University of Toledo, Ohio
- Weeks before her graduation, she was involved in a ghastly accident that left some bones in her body broken
- With the strong will to succeed, the lady carried out her academic activities during recuperation and succeeded
A Nigerian lady, Chienyenwa Eleanor Ajoku, has overcome a big challenge just when she was very close to her breakthrough.
In a LinkedIn post, the lady said that she was involved in an accident that was caused by an unlicensed driver.
That horrible event sent her straight to the hospital as she had to battle a broken femur, bruises, and broken humerus.
While in the hospital, Chienyenwa said that she had to ask her school advisor to bring her laptop as she was determined to still complete her semester in school.
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Right there on the sickbed, the lady attended to all her school assignments and wrote her examinations.
It should be noted that the lady had earlier lost her sister and dad and was grieving before the accident happened.
According to her, with Jesus’ help, she recovered fast and graduated on time, bagging a degree in chemical engineering and minor in chemistry from the University of Toledo in the US.
Many have sent the lady congratulations as they celebrated with her for making it despite the huge odds stacked against her.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Uju Okafor said:
"Thank God. Congrats."
Ruben Omege said:
Valeria Brown said:
"Thank God! Congratulations."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a lady, Mary Otunba, has risen above all her past challenges in life to achieve greatness.
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She said that though she did not want to attend a polytechnic, she was grateful her dad encouraged her to do so.
Just when she was preparing for her Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria exams, she got to know of a distance learning program at Caleb University.
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