- A social media user, Sidahome, has earned two master's degrees in information systems and project management
- The young man has taken to his Twitter handle to celebrate and acknowledge God's divine help saying it was ''Holy Ghost's speed times favour''
- Sidahome shared a photo in his graduation robe and cap
A young man with the Twitter name, Sidahome, has notched a dual Master of Science in Information Systems and Project Management degrees.
Announcing the feat in a Twitter post, he disclosed that he graduated with distinction, earning a CGPA score of 4.0.
''Today I graduate with a dual Master of Science in Information Systems and Project Management Degree. Highest GPA: 4.0/ Distinction."
''A certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Multiple full-time job-offers as System Analyst (Employed). Holy ghost's speed times favour.''
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Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions:
"I’m happy for you sir and can’t wait to celebrate myself."
"Congratulations...i tap into ur grace."
"Congrats brother. Your heart desires will be answered. Amen."
"Congregation, that's the course I did at the University."
"Congratulations My Guy! Greater Hieghts!"
"Congratulations. What I always pray for and I know I'll surely get there. It's just a matter of time!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, took to the internet to celebrate herself after pushing hard and achieving a great academic feat.
In a short post on LinkedIn, the lady rejoiced as she announced that she has now officially graduated with a first-class in economics.
Aishat said that she finished from Elizade University in Ondo state with a CGPA of 3.86/4.0. As proof that she is not just hyping herself, the lady attached her result page to the post.
“Alhamdulillah, I am officially a graduate. BSc. Economics (First Class Hons.) - CGPA of 3.86/4.0 from Elizade University, Ondo state Thanks to all that supported me through my journey. Here’s to the future.”
Source: Legit Nigeria