- A Nigerian lady identified as Oreoluwa Olomodosi has graduated with first-class honours in Economics and Finance
- The young lady graduated from the University of York, England, and shared her success story on social media
- She expressed gratitude to God and everyone that made it possible for her
- For achieving such feat, congratulatory messages poured in for Oreoluwa
A Nigerian lady identified as Oreoluwa Olomodosi has taken to social media to celebrate her win after graduating with first-class honours in Economics and Finance from the University of York, England.
Sharing her achievement on LinkedIn, Olomodosi said she had a wonderful time studying, volunteering and taking up leadership roles in societies and in her department.
She expressed gratitude to God, her family, friends and mentors that helped her throughout her academic journey.
Her post read in part:
"I am extremely grateful to God for helping me achieve this success. A big thank you to all my family, friends and mentors that have helped me throughout these years."
LinkedIn users flooded her comment section with congratulatory messages.
Daniel Whyte commented:
"Congratulations Oreoluwa! Cheers to greater heights."
Olumide Ogunbanjo wrote:
"Congrats Oreoluwa Olomodosi , your route to success is contagious, more wins ahead, keep trusting God."
PRINCE BRIBI reacted:
"Awwwww.. This is mint. Fantastic performance Oreoluwa Olomodosi. Congratulations and cheers to more wins dear. Bless You bunch too my friend."
Benardette Souza commented:
"Oreoluwa Olomodosi See me teary anyhow! I know how well I struggled to pass finance and economics for my MBA so when I see anyone get a first-class in same I always doff my hat. Congratulations,many more wins to come."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian lady identified as Esther Nwankwo defied the odds and became the best graduating student of her department after struggling to achieve a university education.
The lady took to her LinkedIn page to narrate how her education almost ended after she finished secondary school.
She said her father could not send her to the university due to financial constraints.