Man who Doctor Believed Would Be Blind and Paralysed Becomes 1st Male in His Family to Bag Doctorate Degree

Man who Doctor Believed Would Be Blind and Paralysed Becomes 1st Male in His Family to Bag Doctorate Degree

  • Jordan Simpson has so much to be thankful for, one of it is the fact that he recently became the first male in his family to bag a doctorate degree
  • Another reason for Jordan to give gratitude is because he beat the prognosis that stated that he would be either completely blind or paralysed or both
  • Jordan, who bagged a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from Texas Southern University, shared cute graduation photos on social media

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A man identified as Jordan Simpson has taken to social media to celebrate his win after becoming the first male in his family to bag a doctorate degree.

In a LinkedIn post, Jordan said he graduated with a distinction and didn't owe any debt. He bagged a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from Texas Southern University.

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Jordan Simpson broke a record in his family
Jordan Simpson is the first male in his family to bag a doctorate degree. Photo credit: Jordan Simpson, Pharm.D./LinkedIn
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Jordan is an overcomer

According to him, prognosis said he should be either completely blind or paralysed, or both by now, but God was there for him.

He wrote:

"You had to be there: the chemotherapy every six months, studying for my PCAT in the infusion center, the 4AM worship sessions in the parking lot, the relapses, the car crashes and still making it to class, the studying/sleeping overnight in TSU buildings, the friends, the support, and the promise that came to fruition."

Jordan expressed gratitude to God and everyone who has supported him thus far, adding that it means the world to him.

In his words:

"All glory be to God. Thank you to everyone that has been a part of this journey. It means the world to me. So much more is in store!"

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The cash prizes given to the best graduating students of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, have caused quite a stir on social media.

In a list of prizes shared by @instablog9ja, the Sir Odumegwu Memorial Prize gave three best graduating students N1,500 to share among themselves.

One of the students graduated from the Department of Accountancy while the two others finished from the Department of Banking and Finance. The three of them graduated with 4.63 CGPA.

Source: Legit.ng

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