- Acquiring academic feat is a thing of joy that should never be uncelebrated
- This is why a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @DatAnambraChick shared her accomplishment online after bagging two degrees
- The excited lady posted adorable graduation photos on her page and tweeps flooded her post to celebrate her
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @DatAnambraChick has taken to the social media platform to celebrate her achievement after bagging two degrees.
@DatAnambraChick recently graduated from the University of Pecs in Hungary and Middlesex University in London.
Sharing adorable graduation photos on Twitter, the young lady wrote:
"I got 2 degrees momma!
"University of Pécs, Hungary ~ Middlessex University, London 2021."
Well-wishers flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages.
Tweep with the handle @adigun_pastor wrote:
"Congratulations! May your achievements give you speed and be a springboard to greater heights for you!!"
"My baby I’m sooo happy and proud of you. This is the beginning of all the good things waiting to be manifested in your life. Congratulations."
"Congratulations to you. Not an easy feat. To God be all the Glory!!!"
In recent times, Nigerians have been recording great academic achievements which they share on social media to inspire others.
Recall that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @_omobanjo celebrated her win on social media after graduating as one of the top 10 best students in corporate law out of over 1,700 students.
Congratulatory messages poured in for her from well-meaning Nigerians after she shared the good news.
She shared some adorable photos which she captioned:
"God shows up and then shows out! BEST STUDENT IN CORPORATE LAW AND PRACTICE, Top 10 of 1700+ students. No words, Just God!"
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a 33-year-old lady identified as Dr Helana Darwin took to Twitter to express sadness over being unemployed despite having two masters degrees and a PhD.
Dr Darwin said she feels like she went about her 20s all wrong, adding that higher education may be overrated.
"How am I 33 with two MAs and a PhD and still so precariously situated on the job market? I feel like I went about my 20s all wrong... maybe-just maybe-higher education is overrated?"
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