Man Shares Inspiring Career Success, Photos Trailed by Massive Reactions

Man Shares Inspiring Career Success, Photos Trailed by Massive Reactions

- A man has thrilled social media users with his remarkable career success

- Represented in pictures, he shared how he moved from Africa to studying at Oxford University

- Social media users hailed his achievement as they gushed about his story

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A man has wowed many people with his career success.

No doubt, African-born youths have overtime demonstrated their strong willpower and courage to succeed in the face of prevailing challenges with the recent being Hakeem Onasanya.

From Mushin to Oxford: Man Shares Inspiring Career Success, Photos Trailed by Massive Reactions
Man breaks the internet with his career success story Photo Credit: @HakeemOnasanya
Source: UGC

The young man recently shared on Twitter two frames that summarised his humble beginning and how far he had gone in life.

Hakeem who grew up in Mushin area of Lagos state was seen in the first frame granting an interview to local journalists. According to him, that happened in 2014.

Six years later, he would later speak to journalists on live camera but this time, it was in far away Oxford University, United Kingdom.

The young man who seemed to have oratory flair urged his Twitter friends not to give up, but to keep at it.

His tweet gained huge traction on the bird app as Nigerians drew inspiration from his pictorial story and marvelled at his achievement.

@THE_COMDT said:

"Mushin boy becomes something better than VI. Someone should tag their handles."

@noor_1908 wrote:

"Keep soaring my hood homie, Mushin to the world."

@Its_Deenee commented:

"Some people are born just to be successful in this life."

@Sweetest_Jamie remarked:

"Congrats bro....You interviewed yourself outta the country."

@olacapital stated:

"President, good to see you on this app.... God bless you man..."

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a man, Kelechukwu Onwukamike, who currently holds a PhD in organic and polymer chemistry from KIT Germany and the University of Bordeaux, France said he recalled how his secondary school teacher had questioned his resolve to bag an A-grade in chemistry.

According to his LinkedIn post, the incident happened during the 2007 GCE exams. To the teacher's surprise, he got an A in the course eventually.

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