- A Nigerian lady, Joyce Abubakar, has rejoiced after passing her medical exams and becoming a doctor
- Joyce said that she made the excellent achievement with her friend who also graduated the same day as hers
- The lady, however, said that she will like to do her house job in Abuja as she thanked people who congratulated her
A Nigerian lady, Joyce Abubakar, with the Twitter handle @JHO_OICE has celebrated the academic achievement she and her friend had.
In a post on the bird app, the lady said that they both became doctors on the same day. @JHO_OICE said that as a rule, they do not turn off the light in their room during exams.
To mark their big achievement, the lady said they both sleep with the light off without the tension that comes with academic rigour.
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The Nigerian doctor posted their photo in their medical uniform. Many Nigerians applauded the ladies for their big feat.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this post, her post has gathered over 38,000 likes with hundreds of congratulatory comments.
"Mehnn, so happy for you guys. Unlimited joy."
"You will soon turn it on again. Exams no dey finish! Cheers."
"U better not turn it off o. U will need that light for the rest of your life... Nigeria is full of darkness o."
"And I will become one by God's grace. Congratulations sweetie."
"First of all congratulations to you two and I wish you success in your careers. Secondly, you both really tried wow! If I try that that means insomnia for life. Thirdly, not to be naughty, won't you be scared of the dark now being a doctor doesn't guarantee super powers."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Ifeyinwa Ezeudu said when she was 14 years old, a family member asked her what she would like to become, she replied “pharmacist and a medical doctor”.
The person discouraged her, saying such professions are not meant for the Nigerian girl child. Ifeyinwa said those words challenged her as she promised herself to achieve her dream no matter what.
After bagging a diploma in science laboratory technology, the Nigerian lady proceeded to study pharm*acy, a course she excelled at, graduating as one of the best students in her class.
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