- A Nigerian man has celebrated an historic feat as he recently acquired his first certificate in life
- The man identified as Adamu Abdulqhadeer Loddo took to Linkedln to announce he had just bagged a medicine and surgery degree after clearing his final exams at a Sudan varsity
- Social media users joined him in his record-breaking celebration and wished him well
Adamu Abdulqhadeer Loddo is basking in the euphoria of recently shattering his personal record of academic certificates.
The Nigerian man took to Linkedln to celebrate himself for acquiring his first degree from the Elrazi University in Sudan. He captioned it:
"Alhamdulillah this is my first CERTIFICATE."
Loddo achieved this feat after doing well in his final exams at the private institution, his certificate said.
The certificate he shared reads:
''This is to certify that Adamu Abdulqhadeer Loddo (Nigerian) has passed the final examination at Elrazi University and has awarded the Bachelor degree for Medicine and Surgery by the Scientific Council of the University in January 2021."
Congratulatory messages poured in for him from left, right and centre just as one person corrected him that this isn't his first certificate unless he didn't have a secondary school education.
Bello Sarki Kende remarked:
"Maa Shaa Allah. BarakAllah. But what about your Primary sch Cert, SSCE without which you wouldn't have become a Doctor. It's your 3rd Cert brother. Best regards."
Ahmad Abubakar wrote:
"Masha Allah. Congratulations brother. May Allah make it beneficial to humanity."
Danmallam tasiu cautioned:
"Stop posting script like this it will be forged. They can remove your picture and the name. Replace it with there own."
Usman Garba said:
"Masha Allah Abdulqhadeer Loddo congratulations May Allah SWT bless you and the certificate."
Lawal Bello Markuda opined:
"Congratulation for getting your certificate."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man from Edo who graduated from a top UK university shared how it all started 6 years ago.
The man's tweet on Monday, February 8, was in response to a post he made in 2013 where he excitedly tweeted that he just got an admission.
Posing in his medical overall with a stethoscope hanging around his neck, the man said he is excited that he is going to become a doctor.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2