- A Nigerian man, Chiugo Nnabalu, has gone to the UK and displayed a marvelling academic excellence
- Chiugo said he got distinction as he bagged a master's degree from the University of Aberdeen in mechanical engineering
- The young man acknowledged the hands of God in his success as many people on LinkedIn applauded his feat
A Nigerian man, Chiugo Nnabalu, has achieved a big feat in his post-graduate education as he graduated from the University of Aberdeen in the UK with distinction.
Chiugo who attended the Federal University of Technology, Owerri for his first degree, said he got a master’s degree in advanced mechanical engineering as he thanked God for helping him to achieve great success.
The man also humbly appreciated everyone who in any way supported him during his academic pursuit in the UK.
Many Nigerians who commented on his post on LinkedIn congratulated him as one of them, Deborah Almada said Chiugo’s success is one that is well deserved
The young Nigerian man wrote:
“Today, I graduate from the University of Aberdeen as a Master’s degree holder in Advanced Mechanical Engineering.
“I am immensely grateful to God for helping me accomplish this feat, and to everyone who contributed to my success.”
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to his post:
Chibuike Mbanefo said:
"Hearty congratulations! This is amazing and I'm wishing you the very best in your future endeavours."
Olayemi Adewale said:
"This is commendable, well done. Congratulations, Regards!"
Chidubem O said:
"Congratulations Chiugo! Very well deserved. Cheers to bigger wins"
Joshua Olorungbemi said:
"Congratulations on the brilliant performance."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Chienyenwa Eleanor Ajoku, overcame a big challenge just when she was very close to her breakthrough. The lady said 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 she had to ask her school advisor to bring her laptop as she was determined to still complete her semester in school.