- A young Nigerian lady, Adeola Adewumi, honoured herself with a special LinkedIn post after she passed her MBSS exams
- Adeola also shared one beautiful photo to mark the feat as she struck a confident pose in a stylish dress
- Messages of congratulations thronged her comments section as people wished her well for achieving the personal goal
A Nigerian lady, Adeola Adewumi, on Tuesday, June 8, celebrated her achievement of becoming a medical doctor.
In a LinkedIn post that has gone viral with thousands of reactions, the lady showed she is super excited at completing her medical exam.
You can now call me a doctor!
Adeola, therefore, asked people to address her as Dr Adewumi A E. To celebrate the achievement, she posted a beautiful photo she took for the occasion.
Bespectacled, the lady regally sat on a chair with hands folded as she wore a cute smile. As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered over 11,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Engr. Odiri Kingsley Siakpebru said:
"Congratulation. I think you need a little rest after all the stress and serious night of studies and hardwork."
Ngwako Malatji said:
Festus Okeleke said:
Gozie Vincent Achi Mobosi said:
Geepu Nah Tiepoh said:
"Congratulations! Great job."
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Another Nigerian lady did it
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Bellow Mariam, went on social media to celebrate her academic journey as she became a doctor.
In a post on the platform on Friday, January 8, the lady revealed that she took her oath and she is excited about it.
Nigerian lady who never thought she would get admission 5yrs ago graduates as best student with 4.91 CGPA
Many Nigerian men went to her comment section to confess their undying love for her as they applauded her feat. Mariam posted four photos she took while wearing different clothes.
There were many men who wanted to know if she is married as they prepositioned her under her post. Some people also asked Mariam to seek greener pastures abroad.