- Ololade Adetifa, another Nigerian lady has showed how bright some women can be as graduated with distinction in electrical electronics engineering
- Ololade announced that she now holds a master's in drilling and well engineering from the reputable Robert Gordon University Aberdeen
- Her testimony is coming after a Nigerian lady, Oluwatosin Likinyo, graduated in flying colours from the same foreign university
For Ololade Adetifa, a graduate of electrical electronics engineering, achieving one of the worthiest results in a male-dominated field of study can just be one of the best highlights in the journey of life.
Ololade did not just graduate, she also made distinction, as she stated in a post on her LinkedIn account.
"I am Ololade Adetifa, a graduate of Electrical Electronics Engineering from the prestigious Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti and now, I have a Master's degree in drilling and well engineering from the reputable Robert Gordon University Aberdeen.
"I guess I should also add that I made a distinction to the glory of God."
The lady, who sounds reserved, said she decided to make the post introducing herself after checking other people's profiles.
"I have gone through several LinkedIn profiles in the last few days since the year started and felt so much emotions; from overwhelming pride for some individuals to feeling underachieved and needing to pinch myself out of it."
According to her, she decided to go through the profiles of other people "in the hope of revamping my personal summary as I have been told I do not sell myself as well as I should and I have come to the conclusion that this year, I will sell myself better, give myself a pat for minor and major achievements, motivate others, mentor others and get a mentor in my field."
Legit.ng had earlier reported how another Nigerian lady graduated from the University of Aberdeen in the UK with a distinction.
The lady identified as Oluwatosin Likinyo who shared the good news on both her website and LinkedIn page, said she bagged a master’s degree in renewable energy engineering.
The lady said she was grateful to God and the Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas Limited for the opportunity.
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Also, a Nigerian man, Chiugo Nnabalu, was reported to have recently 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.
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