Visually Impaired Man Gets Special Prize as he Finishes from the Nigerian Law School in Flying Colours

Visually Impaired Man Gets Special Prize as he Finishes from the Nigerian Law School in Flying Colours

  • A Nigerian man has been celebrated on social media for achieving stellar academic success against all odds
  • Olayinka Komolafe despite being visually impaired graduated from the Nigerian Law School with one of the best results
  • His remarkable feat didn't go unnoticed as he was recognized at his call to bar with a special award

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A Nigerian man demonstrated resilience and strong-will in the face of challenges to record huge success in his academic pursuit.

Olayinka Komolafe has been hailed on social media for his outstanding outing at the Nigerian Law School.

Joy as visually impaired man bags special prize for graduating from Nigerian Law School outstandingly
Olayinka was one of the stars at his calling to bar ceremony Photo Credit: @legal_dunsin
Source: Instagram

Though visually impaired, he finished with one of the best results and got a recognition to that effect.

In celebratory mood, his sister Oluwadunsin Komolafe who is also a legal practitioner announced his success on her Instagram page along with a video that captured the moment he was honoured at his call to bar.

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Olayinka bagged a special prize at the occasion.

Social media users celebrate the man's success

@less_interiors_ said:

"Yass that’s my brother I’m supper proud of him ,lost his sight but didn’t loose hope ,finished law school with one of the best results."

@sheyman_toh_gallant commented:

"Wow all thanks to God almighty..congrats to him."

@iamderemi commented:


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Lady with disability bags degree in style

Meanwhile, previously reported that a lady with disability had graduated from university against all odds.

The lady identified as Chama said it has always been something she wanted to achieve and put in a lot of effort. Her hardwork and persistence eventually paid off.

The development studies graduate from University of Zambia wrote:

"One of my dreams finally came true yesterday as I graduated from the University of Zambia with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Development Studies with Sociology."

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An excited Chama shared pictures in which she rocked her academic gown all smiles.


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