- A Nigerian man, Yusuf Onayemi, has succeeded in his postgraduate studies in the US
- Yusuf also got an instant job with Goldman Sachs after his graduation from Austin Peay State University
- The man thanked everyone who motivated him in ways that made difficulties bearable
Another Nigerian, Yusuf Onayemi, has graduated from a US school with his master’s degree. The man said he bagged the honour in computer science and quantitative methods (predictive analysis).
Onayemi said he is very appreciative of the support he received from everyone who made the journey throughout his postgraduate pursuit easy at Austin Peay State University.
He especially appreciated his family who could not be with him in the states to celebrate with him. Onayemi stated that even though they are not present, they know he made them really proud.
Onayemi said all the hard work he put into the programme came with a big reward as he gave special shoutouts to his professors in school.
After his graduation, the young man got an instant job with the sought-after international company, Goldman Sachs, in Salt Lake City. He said that he will be resuming as an analyst.
Below are some of the reactions his post gathered:
Siraz Kureshi, one of his recruiters, said:
"Congratulations Yusuf, This is a fantastic achievement, excited to have you as part of our team!"
Esther Oyeleye said:
"Whoop! Whoop! Thank you for all the hours spent on working with python. You deserve this and more. Congrats on your graduation YUSUF!"
Dr. Cecelia Allison said:
Toyyibat Yussuph said:
"Congratulations again Yusuf Onayemi, you have earned it. And I have no doubt the sky is the beginning."
Udochukwu Okeke said:
"You have done well for yourself Yusuf Onayemi. I congratulate you & wish you well in everything you do."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a young Nigerian man, Olaoluwa Ogunnusi, who took to his LinkedIn page to announce that he would be getting a gold medal for being the best graduating student at the Technological University Dublin.
Olaoluwa who bagged his master’s degree in technology and innovation management said that though the journey was not easy, he is grateful for the support he got from people.