- A set of quadruplets from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, broke a record by bagging degrees from Oxford Brookes University
- The siblings bagged degrees in interior architecture, accounting and finance, law, and business and management
- They described their time at the institution as memorable; two of the siblings bagged first class degrees
- The adorable siblings have expressed gratitude to God and their parents for all they've done for them
Oxford Brookes University has had a set of quadruplets graduate from the institution for the first time in history.
BBC reports that Ayah, Abdelrahim, Osama, and Ahmad Shaaban are 20 years old who came from Dubai, United Arab Emirate, to study after finding out about the institution at a recruitment event.
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Legit.ng gathers that the quadruplets bagged degrees in interior architecture, accounting and finance, law, and business and management.
According to Ahmad who bagged a first class degree, it was easy to adapt to life in Oxford with his three siblings.
Osama who also bagged first class said:
"My experience was definitely joyous and memorable."
According to Metro, Abdelrahim bagged a degree in accounting and finance, Osama read law, Ahmad studied business and management, while Ayah bagged a degree in interior architecture.
Abdelrahim graduated with a second class upper while Ayah bagged a second class lower.
"We have always lived together, and we wanted to stick to that because we are so close."
The adorable siblings, who said they are very proud of themselves and what they've achieved, expressed gratitude to God and their parents for their unwavering support and guidance.
Nigerian lady celebrates bagging a first class
In other news, a young Nigerian lady identified as Chelsea Osayande has celebrated bagging a first class in medical laboratory science and winning nine awards.
Taking to her LinkedIn page, the young lady shared adorable photos of herself as she was inducted into the medical laboratory science profession.
Chelsea said the journey wasn't easy but God saw her through and she graduated effortlessly with a first class.
In her words:
"The journey wasn't easy but even with the fight and struggle, God saw me through and I effortlessly graduated with a first class in medical laboratory science, histopathology specialty."