- A young lady has celebrated her achievements on social media after graduating with distinction and bagging seven awards
- Dr Ola Sandra Ndukwe shared some adorable photos of herself to celebrate her win and many were impressed
- Some of the awards the brilliant young lady received include best in paediatrics, biochemistry and physiology
A young lady, Dr Ola Sandra Ndukwe, has reaped the fruits of hard work as she graduated with distinction in internal medicine.
Taking to her Twitter page to celebrate her win, Dr Ndukwe said she bagged seven awards including best in paediatrics, biochemistry and physiology.
Expressing gratitude on the social media platform, she said it was impossible for her to contain her joy.
In her words:
"I'm super grateful. I can't contain my Joy. CONGRATULATIONS to me."
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Many were impressed
"Super woman. Not some empty-headed slay mamas loitering about social media spaces. Jah bless your brain Dr. The sky is your starting point."
"Sadly, this brain won't tarry here with us; the next picture of her we'll be seeing will be on a different and foreign background where her product will be highly appreciated........... The tale of a speedily drowning country"
"Congratulations, you've made ur family proud. Ladies, this is how you slay, don't come to Twitter half naked and be asking stupid questions like! can we follow each other? Follow each other to where exactly."
"See awards. You are truly deserving. Any plan B in the offing?"
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Lady celebrates her outstanding results
In similar news, a young lady simply identified as Tobi took to social media to celebrate her outstanding first year results.
The lady with the Twitter handle @tobiolalandu posted a photo of her result in which she got an A in all her courses and finished the semester with a 5.0 CGPA.
Celebrating her win, she wrote:
"See result. My future is bright, amen."
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