- A Nigerian man has erupted in celebration on the internet as he announced receiving nomination for 2021 Lawyer of the Year in the US
- Oronsaye Christian had in 2006 broken two records at the Nigeria Law School before he left the shores of the country
- An elated Christian also revealed that he is now a practicing attorney in the US
An excited Nigerian law practitioner has taken to social media to celebrate his nomination as 2021 Lawyer of the Year in California, United States.
The man identified as Oronsaye Christian, in a Facebook post, showcased the letter confirming his recognition with an interesting recollection of his successes in the law world, particularly his exploits at the Nigeria Law School.
According to Christian, he had finished from the Nigeria Law School in 2006 with not just a first-class honours but also clearing numerous academic awards in the process, including bagging the Star Student Award.
The Ambrose Alli University graduate said his feat at the law school meant he became the first indigene of Edo State and the university to ever achieve such at that time.
Christian, now practicing in California said so far the law firm he works with has helped clients recover money running into millions.
Nigerians joined him in celebrating his successes with well wishes and nice comments.
Kate Irabor Akeni reacted:
"Super proud of you. I celebrate the grace of God upon your life. Congratulations to you and the rest of the family."
Ade Dayo remarked:
''Congratulations on your accomplishments and more successes to you."
Ogiegor Osagie Prince said:
"Congratulations my dear brother, this is just the beginning of greater things to come. May the good Lord continue to uphold your excellent spirit in all your endeavour."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man had achieved huge success in the US as he became an attorney.
The young man shared adorable photos of himself while making the disclosure, saying it is a big win for him and everyone who supported him.
He, however, said he would be sharing his story on the social media platform someday.
In his words:
"Man, I got admitted as an attorney in New York yesterday. This is a big win for me and everyone that supported me. I’ll tell my story on here some day."