- Chinemerem Cynthia Eze, a Nigerian student has graduated with a first-class degree in Medical Laboratory Science
- Chinemerem bagged the degree from the prestigious Rivers State University, Mkpolu Port Harcourt
- She equally revealed that she kept a salaried job and was also very active in her church while she pursued her studies
A pretty Nigerian lady has bagged a first-class degree from the Rivers State University, Port Harcourt.
The beautiful lady called Chinemerem Cynthia Eze bagged excellent results in Medical Laboratory Science-
First class in Lab Science
In a post she made on LinkedIn to celebrate her achievement, Chinemerem said she also kept a job while she studied at RSU.
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She equally said she did not shy away from church activities as she was active in her church to the extent of holding posts in the Nigerian Federation of Catholic Students.
"Before I got in, I had dreamt of finishing strong with a first class and at the same time have a balanced life as a student. I dreamt, prayed and tried the much I could to make this dream come true."
"In my early years in school, I was working as a social media manager for a media company. It was tough as it was very hard combining it with my studies. Aside having a tedious salaried job, I was very active in my church and fellowship activities."
Continuing her story, Chinemerem said she has her parents and supervisor to thank for her success. She as well thanked her boss who gave her the opportunity to work and earn while also studying for her degree.
Her inspiring story got a lot of engagement on LinkedIn where she shared it. Many of her followers and friends sent her congratulatory shoutouts.
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