- A Nigerian lady, Opaleye Comfort Eniola, has taken to social media to inspire people that their dreams are valid
- The young lady took to her LinkedIn page to celebrate bagging a first class degree in law from the University of Osun
- Eniola shared adorable photos of herself on her social media page and Nigerians soon joined in the celebration
A Nigerian lady identified as Opaleye Comfort Eniola has celebrated bagging a first class honours in law from the Osun State University.
Taking to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her win, the young lady said hard work, determination, and God's grace made it possible.
In her words:
"Emerging as the best graduating student in secondary school, I knew I had to work hard to achieve my goals in the University. I'm glad I have been able to achieve this with the help of God. Cheers to greater heights!"
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Eniola, who shared adorable graduation photos of herself used the avenue to encourage people on social media that their dreams are valid.
Social media reacts
LinkedIn users soon flooded the comment section of the young lady's post to celebrate with her.
@Idris Agbe said:
"Wow, congratulations great Alumna of BMC Olambe."
Mamuzo Nwokoro wrote:
Sara Adufah commented:
Olufemi Adenekan said:
"A Big Congrats to you Pretty Eniola Opaleye! We Celebrate and rejoice with you on this 1st class award. More Wins! More Feats!! More Success!!!"
Treasure Ncha-Ochang wrote:
"Congratulations, more success."
Michael Onyeme commented:
"Congrats..... and more wins ahead."
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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."