- Nigerians are achieving success anywhere they find themselves around the world, and Tomiwa Ward is the latest to do that
- The woman recently took to social media to celebrate her retirement after 20 years of serving in the United States Marine Corps
- Tomiwa shared amazing photos of herself and people joined in the celebration to wish her success in her future endeavour
A Nigerian woman identified as Tomiwa Ward has taken to social media to celebrate her win after retiring from the United States Marine Corps where she served for 20 years.
Taking to her LinkedIn page, Tomiwa said she was inspired, motivated, mentored, and led by some amazing people.
In her words:
"I am officially RETIRED! I have been inspired, motivated, mentored, and led by some amazing people!!!
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"I am a better woman walking out than I was when I walked in. Once a Marine.....ALWAYS a Marine!!!
"20 years and an amazing journey!"
LinkedIn users soon joined the retired officer in the celebration as they flooded the comment section of her post.
Melissa Hawkins wrote:
"Congratulations Tomina!! Best of luck in the next phase of your professional journey!"
Friedrich Menz said:
"Congratulations on finishing a distinguished career, Master Sergeant The journey countinues and you’ll go far. All the best, Tomina!"
Shilisa D. Washington commented:
"Congratulations Tomina. This is so huge. You did it and in style. You’re journey is so amazing."
Jason Smith wrote:
"Congratulations Tomina! I am so happy and proud of your career!"
In other news, a Nigerian man celebrated his father, Rear Admiral Mackson Kadiri, who recently retired from the Armed Forces.
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Until his retirement, Rear Admiral Mackson Kadiri was the commandant of the National Defence College (NDC).
The young man identified on Twitter as @Mayowa_Kadiri shared some adorable photos of his parents on the social media platform and wrote:
"Wishing you a wonderful life in retirement popss, proud of you."