- Ademola Adeleke popularly known as the dancing senator has bagged a degree in criminal justice at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College
- The former lawmaker that represented Osun West senatorial district at the Senate has been celebrated on social media following his academic achievement
- Senator Adeleke graduated with high honours in Criminal Justice
The former lawmaker that represented Osun West senatorial district at the upper legislative chamber, Ademola Adeleke, has bagged a degree in Criminal Justice at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College.
The ex-lawmaker's photos were shared on Facebook by a user identified as Sulaimon Abíólá Agboolá-Àrósò.
The young man simply wrote:
"Ade goes to school. And he graduates."
Adeleke who is popularly known as dancing senator was flanked by his friends as he posed for the camera.
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Nigerians soon flooded the comment section of his post to congratulate the former lawmaker.
Tunde Oyewumi said:
"What a decision, what an achievement. Learning is a continuum. Dr Asupoto of Ikire on my mind. It's never too late. Congratulations to d man of the people, Senator Ademola Nurudeen Adeleke"
Adeniyi OmoAde commented:
"He has really done well and I give my kudos to him for the giant move. Congrats Sen. Adeleke."
Dammie Mac Plenty wrote:
"Congratulations to him. Determination is a choice, he has done himself a good gesture to be educated."
Seyi Olaniyi commented:
"Politics apart, this is highly inspiring. Learn to remove every obstacle to you goals."
In other news, a Nigerian woman identified as Oluwalayomi Onipede celebrated her win after bagging a master's degree in Applied and Environmental Physiology.
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Sharing some adorable graduation photos on her LinkedIn page to celebrate the feat, she noted that it took her almost four years to complete the degree.
Oluwalayomi expressed gratitude to God for being part of her journey. She wrote:
"Took almost 4 years to complete an MSc (Thank you Nigeria). Finally done, and I give God all the glory. MSc Applied and Environmental Physiology in the bag!"