- A Nigerian man, Adamu Danjuma, left the shores of the country for the United States where he's currently pursuing his PhD
- Adamu, who shared adorable photos of himself on his LinkedIn page, said he's studying Romance Languages at the University of Alabama
- The Nigerian man reminded people that their dreams are valid and advised them to keep working hard to achieve them
A Nigerian man identified as Adamu Danjuma has taken to social media to celebrate himself as he commenced his PhD in Romance Languages at the University of Alabama.
Taking to his LinkedIn page to share adorable photos of himself, Adamu, who finished from the University of Ilorin, said he foresees a memorable, enjoyable, fruitful, and rewarding experience in the United States.
In his words:
"Upon arrival, without qualms, I resumed in the Department of Modern Languages and Classics, College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Alabama."
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Adamu expressed gratitude to his entire family members for their endless contributions.
According to him, his uncles were there for him with their guidance and assistance at various facets of his life.
In his words:
"I say infinite thanks for your timely care, guidance, and assistance at various facets of my life. May our Mighty Creator never stop rewarding you abundantly."
He also thanked his teachers and mentors for their contributions.
Speaking with Legit.ng's Tunde Ososanya, the young man said he felt extremely delighted to be on the campus of the University of Alabama and and was also grateful to God who made it possible.
In his words:
"In one hand, I felt extremely delighted to be on the campus of the University of Alabama and, in the other, very grateful to God who has made my transition from Nigeria to the USA a successful one."
Speaking on whether he would return back to Nigeria or remain in the US after his studies, Danjuma said he may return home but God will guide his choice when the time is ripe.
Your dreams are valid
The doctorate student reminded people that their dreams are valid, saying it is important to keep them alive while hoping for what is yet to come.
According to Adamu, while keeping hope alive, people should take positive actions that will help them achieve their life goals.
He implored everyone to trust God alone in all their endeavours.
Azeez Ibrahim Oluwafemi said:
"Masha Allah. May Allah increase you in knowledge and make it beneficial to mankind and humanity as a whole."
Hassan Omoniyi Adebesin commented:
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Yusuf Olaniran said:
"Congratulations. Barkalahu fihi."
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In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Onyeka S. Chukwudozie has taken to social media to celebrate his achievements after bagging six PhD scholarships abroad.
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Taking to his LinkedIn page, Onyeka who graduated with a first class from the University of Lagos said he has started his PhD in biological sciences (virology) at the University of California, San Diego.
The scholarships didn't come on a platter of gold for the young man who disclosed that there were countless rejections over the years.