- Academic achievement should not be uncelebrated, and that is why Elijah Adesuji took to social media to celebrate his new feat
- The Nigerian man, who lives in Mexico, recently bagged a PhD and congratulatory messages are pouring in for him already
- In some of the photos Dr Elijah shared on Twitter, he could be seen taking an oath after defending his thesis
A Nigerian identified as Elijah Adesuji has taken to social media to celebrate his win after recently bagging a PhD.
Dr Adesuji, who is based in Mexico, shared photos of when he was defending his PhD thesis and taking an oath.
He captioned the photos:
"I successfully completed and defended my PhD thesis(Hierarchical superstructures of Pt, Pt-Co3O4 and Ag synthesized using bicontinuous microemulsion and their applications as catalysts for water electrolysis and SERS substrates). Officially, Dr Adesuji."
Nigerians flooded the comment section to congratulate Dr Adesuji on his achievement.
"Congratulations Dr. Elijah but your thesis topic be sounding like bomb (no offense meant)."
"Congratulations Doc. More feathers to ur wings ijn."
"Congratulations, more greater achievements."
"Many congratulations Elijah."
"Congratulations Dr. I have been looking for scholar in Mexico. Can I DM you Sir."
"Interesting topic. If you don’t mind, could you share an abridged version."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, an academic identified as Evans Omondi took to social media to celebrate his achievement after bagging a PhD in applied mathematics.
According to Omondi who shared the good news on his LinkedIn page, his PhD journey successfully came to an end following his graduation.
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Omondi, who lectures mathematics and statistics at Strathmore University, wrote:
"The long PhD journey successfully came to an end following the graduation. Congratulations are in order!!"
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