- A Nigerian lady, Etieneabasi Ubeh, has bagged masters in computer from the Texas A&M University-Commerce with a distinction
- What got many people talking on social media was that she achieved the feat at the relatively young age of 23
- Many Nigerians on Twitter said that they were still writing trying to get admission at that same age
A Nigerian lady, Etieneabasi Ubeh, has joined the league of Nigerians making the nation in the international community.
On Friday, April 30, the 23-year-old Nigerian said that she made a distinction in her masters programme at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
She shared photos of herself at her graduation as she posed in the university's hall. Nigerians took to her comment section in droves to congratulate her.
See her photos below:
Her post on the bird app has got more than 13,000 likes as at the time of writing this report with massive retweets.
Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
"Congratulations dear but the part of 23 was not necessary. Success is not directly proportional to age."
"Congratulations dear, at your age i was at Lagos Nysc camp shouting remove headdress."
"Congratulations, at 23 I was just writing my first jamb. I still failed it."
"At 23 admissions was frustrating my life and I couldn’t enter a university talk less of getting a degree. This is such a motivation even my last battery Battery seeing this post am forced to kill my battery and reply on this post."
"Congratulations my love. More achievements await you."
"MSc degree at 23? I swear dis life no balance."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another Nigerian, Yusuf Onayemi, graduated from a US school with his master’s degree.
The man said he bagged the honour in computer science and quantitative methods (predictive analysis).
Onayemi said he is very appreciative of the support he received from everyone who made the journey throughout his postgraduate pursuit easy at Austin Peay State University.