- A Nigerian lady, Temi Orekoya, has enrolled at IMD Business School for her masters and she is excited about the move
- The lady said she looks forward to a very fruitful stay in the school as she works towards building lasting networks
- Temi also appreciated everybody who supported her and made her MBA dream a reality
A Nigerian lady, Temi Orekoya, has made big progress in both her academic and professional careers as she enrolled for her masters at IMD Business School in Switzerland.
Temi said she already has a positive feeling that her stay in the school is going to be a great time for her.
On her LinkedIn page, the lady thanked those who sacrificed a lot and made her dream of studying at the school possible. She said she looks forward to challenging the status quo.
The brilliant Nigerian added that she will also be using her time in Switzerland to connect with people and create friendships.
A part of her post read:
"I have so far enjoyed the feeling of stretching my mind, and this is just the beginning said the professors in Accounting, Finance, Strategy, etc. Echoing the dean and president's words, I look forward to developing and fine-tuning my skill of learning to learn; and challenging what is and inspiring what could be."
Many congratulated her on the new phase of her life.
Below are some of the reactions:
Osagie Alegimenlen said:
"Temi Orekoya I am happy for you with how you have developed yourself and built you career so far. I wish you all the best in your future endeavors."
Robert C C Opara said:
"Wishing you the best along the way, it is a worthwhile journey."
Marina Prouvoyeur (Nurzad) said:
"Good luck with MBA ...... it requires a lot of energy and time but at the end it is rewardable."
McLeish Otuedon said:
"Congratulationssssssss. Wishing you a brilliant and excellent success in this mission."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, Anike Edun, joined the pool of Nigerians making the nation proud on the international scene.
On her LinkedIn page, she posted that she is now officially an MBA graduate of Said Business School in the University of Oxford UK.
Anike said she is very grateful to all the people, her colleagues, and friends, who made the task of studying easy for her.