Beautiful Nigerian Lady who Worked as Bank Security Celebrates as She Graduates from University in Style

Beautiful Nigerian Lady who Worked as Bank Security Celebrates as She Graduates from University in Style

  • Congratulations are in order for a young Nigerian lady as she recently acquired a university degree
  • In her celebratory post, the young Imo State University graduate shared pictures as she recounted juggling bank security work with her studies
  • Some persons recounted their experience with her as bank security as they sent her kind thoughts

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It is a dream turned reality for a young lady as she is finally a graduate against all odds.

The Nigerian woman named Benjamin Nkechi Gloria celebrated her academic feat on social media with cute and memorable pictures.

Joy as pretty Nigerian lady who had hustled as bank security acquires university degree
The young lady combined bank security work with her academics Photo Credit: Benjamin Perfect
Source: Facebook

In a Facebook post, the Imo indigene who finished from Imo State University, Owerri revealed that she had worked as security personnel for a Nigerian bank while going to school.

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She shared photos in her security uniform as well as those she took to celebrate her graduation.

What kept her going as she combined security work with studies

In the emotional post, the lady said her determination and persistence paid off. She affirmed that truly, one's dreams are achievable as long as one has the courage to pursue them.

The young lady started hustling right from her secondary school days

Benjamin told in an interview that hawking wasn't a new thing to her.

According to her, the financial challenge rocking her family at that time meant she hawked dry fish for her mother after school hours.

"All through my secondary school I hawked Dry and fresh fish for my mum due to the condition of my family I know after secondary school I had no one to see me through school so I took it upon myself to get a job and start saving up for university."

The 24-year-old Economics graduate from a family of 9 did several jobs to see herself through school including working as a waitress and cleaner.

Benjamin faced ridicule at her hustle as a bank security worker - as the only lady in a security team that had 4 men.

"As a security I get insulted atimes some would say instead me to be a security woman I should go get married and secure my husband’s life.... some would ask who employed a little girl like me here that I can’t scare a rat not to talk of an arm robber."

Benjamin who nurses ambition of furthering her studies in Canada advised youths to never give up on their dreams and show trust in God.

"My advice to every youth out there is that they should never give up on their dreams
"They should trust GOD fervently because he is the only one that makes impossibility possible....

"Determination is a key to success
"If I can make it anyone out there can do better. It was all through the help of GOD."

Social media users celebrated her with nice thoughts. See some reactions below:

Danny Austin remarked:

"You’ve worked hard to achieve your goals and now you’re on your way to seek new vistas, dream new dreams, embark on who you are, embrace life with passion and keep reaching for your star. Go for it! Congratulations graduate."

Favour Lessi Vokpee wrote:

"My hustler, your strength dey motivate me walai...congrats my glow baby more to come."

Catherine Ibuot said:

"Congratulations my dr love may God continue to do great things in ur life."

Chima Junior Onwumere commented:

"This is a great news congratulations may all ur dreams come true #cheers."

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First-class graduate becomes bread seller

Meanwhile, previously reported that a first-class graduate had turned bread seller after years of unemployment.

The lady whose story was shared on the verified Facebook handle of Zionfelix Entertainment News indicated that she makes 50 pesewas (around N1750) on each bread she sells.

According to her, she got her first class in procurement and logistics but after her national service, there was no opportunity for her to get recruited by any firm.

People have had a lot of interesting analysis on Evelyn's situation with some suggesting that what she's currently doing is better than leaving to find a job.


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