- A Nigerian man identified as Toheeb Ojuolape took to social media to celebrate his win after graduating with first class honours in petroleum engineering
- Toheeb shared adorable graduation photos of himself on Twitter and well-wishers soon flooded his comment section with congratulatory messages
- Nigerians have been achieving success in recent times and they have constantly proven to the world that the country is home to great achievers
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A Nigerian man identified as Toheeb Ojuolape has celebrated his achievement after bagging first class honours in petroleum engineering from the University of Ibadan.
Making the disclosure on his Twitter page, the young man shared adorable graduation photos of himself.
In his words:
"B.Sc (First Class Honors), Petroleum Engineering, University of Ibadan while simultaneously scaling a multiple-award winning startup that is currently available in 6 African countries and building my skills as a Software Engineer. Grateful to God!"
Well-wishers took to the comment section of the post to congratulate the young man.
"Omo only you??? Congratulations big man."
"Congrats! May you reap and enjoy the fruits of excellence in full."
"Congratulations brother. Barakallah Feekum."
In other news, Godisang David Mpye, a young man who recently bagged a PhD in engineering, has celebrated his academic achievement on social media.
Sharing his achievement on LinkedIn, the young man who graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa, wrote:
"PhD confirmed, I am Doctor now."
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