- A young lady has celebrated rounding off her undergraduate program at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka with a stellar result
- The Nigerian woman named Esther Nwankwo finished as the best graduating student in her faculty
- Esther who bagged a first-class honours degree was the recipient of 5 awards and showcased them on social media
A Nigerian woman has done herself proud and took to social media to celebrate her academic success.
Showcasing 5 awards she bagged in the process, the accountancy graduate expressed joy that her dream is now a reality.
The motivation behind her high-flying performance
Esther said the fear of failure, hunger for success and determination steered her to academic success.
"These awards were born out of hunger for success, fear of failure, determination, God’s grace and above all my parents continuous prayers.
"I dedicate these awards to an awesome God and everyone who ran this tough race with me. My Family, Mentors, Departmental and Faculty lecturers, Senior colleagues, wonderful Friends and Acquaintances."
Congratulatory messages greeted her celebratory post as well as wishes from LinkedIn users.
Bashir Muheeb wrote:
"Congratulations. May Almighty Lord make it as a springboard to greater success. Amin."
Obinna Nwankwo remarked:
"Congratulation love. You really worked hard through the rocky roads and thorns bush of success."
Omobabainrin Adeola Osideko commented:
"Congratulations... wishing you all the best in your endeavours."
Dennis Ekwemnachukwu Okeke said:
"Congratulations, dear Esther. You are destined for greatness. Shine, Diamond!"
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Female doctor walks home with 7 awards as she graduates in style
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a gorgeous female doctor had bagged 7 awards as she graduated with distinction.
Taking to her Twitter page to celebrate her win, Dr Ndukwe who finished from Imo State University, Owerri, said she bagged seven awards including best in paediatrics, biochemistry, and physiology.
Expressing gratitude on the social media platform, she said it was impossible for her to contain her joy.
Speaking with Legit.ng, the young doctor said God has always been her strength, adding that she also put in lots of hard work to achieve such feats.
In her words:
"The medical programme in my school is long (10 years) and arduous, so I made a vow never to add to the stay. I put in my very best to ensure that. I can assert in all confidence that God was faithful to me. He crowned my efforts with success."
Source: Legit.ng News