- The joy people feel when they achieve academic success is inexplicable, and Oluwalayomi Onipede recently experienced this
- The Nigerian woman recently bagged a master's degree in Applied and Environmental Physiology and she took to social media to celebrate her win
- According to Oluwaloyomi, it took her almost four years to complete the master's degree
- Nigerians on social media didn't waste time to celebrate Oluwalayomi for her resilience and perseverance in achieving academic success
A Nigerian woman identified as Oluwalayomi Onipede has taken to social media to celebrate her win after bagging a master's degree in Applied and Environmental Physiology.
Sharing some adorable graduation photos on her LinkedIn page to celebrate the feat, she noted that it took her almost four years to complete the degree.
Oluwalayomi expressed gratitude to God for being part of her journey. She wrote:
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"Took almost 4 years to complete an MSc (Thank you Nigeria). Finally done, and I give God all the glory. MSc Applied and Environmental Physiology in the bag!"
LinkedIn users were impressed by the woman's achievement and they took to the comment section to congratulate her.
Anthony Roland wrote:
Afeez Ayodeji Jimoh commented:
Ayomikun Akintayo wrote:
Olamide Oladimeji reacted:
"Congratulations. More wins."
In a similar news, 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.