Beautiful Lady With 1 Artificial Leg Who Had Cancer in 2013 Gets Scholarship Into University of Birmingham UK

Beautiful Lady With 1 Artificial Leg Who Had Cancer in 2013 Gets Scholarship Into University of Birmingham UK

  • A young lady has been celebrated online after she got a scholarship to study for her masters in the UK
  • Chaikhwa had to amputate her leg many years ago when she had bone cancer and the doctors did not want it to spread
  • With the scholarship, the lady is on her path to becoming an oncology expert empowered to help people with the same disease

A young lady with the name Chaikhwa Nani Lobatse has taken to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her academic achievement.

In a short post, the lady said that she has been selected by the University of Birmingham to go for her master’s degree in clinical oncology.

Many people celebrated her.
The lady was massively celebrated on social media. Photo source: LinkedIn/Chaikhwa Nani Lobatse
Source: UGC

She triumphed

The lady revealed that she has been through big ups and downs in her life as she relived the moment in 2013 when her leg had to be amputated as a way to stop the spread of bone cancer she had.

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Chaikhwa who has now become a cancer activist appreciated the Chevening Awards for awarding her a scholarship on her first attempt at applying for the programme.

Congratulatory messages pour in

The young lady attached two beautiful photos to her post to celebrate the win as many people flooded her comment section with messages of congratulations.

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to her post below:

Juby Peacock said:

"Congratulations. So happy for you and proud of you. Blessings."

Prof David Mphuthi said:

"Woooow congratulations!!! You deserve that. Go for it."

Augustine Mwangi said:

"Congratulations are in order, very encouraging, praying for your blessings as you undertake this noble journey of creating awareness, treating and encouraging people with cancel and disabled."

Nothabo Ncube, MD said:

"Go girl. Proud of you sis."

A young Nigerian genius won

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that 30 scholars of the Opportunity Funds Program of the US mission in Nigeria have got a full-funded scholarship amounting to $4.35 million (N1,788,937,500) which will see them attending American universities for the 2021//2022 academic session.

The young students were picked after a thorough process by the US Consulate General. The fund will cover the 30 indigent student’s school fees, travel, visa applications, and every other cost.

Among those who got lucky was 17-year-old Ekene Ezeunala. He had the highest Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) score in 2019 when he got 347.

Source: Legit.ng

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