- A social media user with the Twitter name AdoreTC will soon become a first-generation lawyer in her family
- She has splashed stunning pre-graduation photos donning different outfits, including her graduation regalia to celebrate the accomplishment
- Her trailblazing achievement has inspired several netizens as many headed to her Twitter post to react
Social media user AdoreTC will soon become a first-generation law graduate in her family, and she can't wait to celebrate the accomplishment.
Besides her hard work, she is proud of the milestone because people doubted her ways and wanted her to change.
According to her, being herself is what enabled her to break the glass ceiling in her family.
Making history in her family
In a Twitter post to celebrate her achievement, she wrote:
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''I graduate in three weeks. They told me I needed to change, but being me is what got me to where I am.
''First-generation graduate and did it in four! First-generation law school student, attending the #2 law school in Michigan with full tuition in the fall! It ain’t on me, it’s in me!'' she said.
Several people following her on social media have reacted to her Twitter post.
See her post below:
Lady bagged first class
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, Olajumoke Sorungbe, went online to celebrate herself after emerging as the best graduating student in the faculty of law at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).
Sharing a snapshot of the number of students with distinctions by faculty, she was the only person who got that feat in hers while others had multiples.
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Young man made it
In other similar news, a young Nigerian man, Olowookere Victor Oluwaferanmi, went online to showcase his lofty academic achievements made in years.
Making a Twitter post, he shared a photo of his sterling WAEC result in 2015 where he had a total of eight distinctions.
Another photo captured some of his results as an engineering undergraduate where almost all the exams he sat came out in A's.