- A Nigerian man, Emmanuel Obinna Okoronkwo, has excelled in two professional fields in school and bagged degrees in them
- Now a lab scientist and lawyer, Obinna shared photos on Facebook, telling people that he is a medico-legal professional
- Nigerians celebrated his success as messages of congratulations flowed in from different quarters
A young Nigerian man, Emmanuel Obinna Okoronkwo, has shown that the human capacity to achieve a lot is unimaginable.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, July 28, the young man posted photos of himself in a lawyer's uniform to celebrate his call to the bar.
I'm a medico-legal pro
Obinna said that whenever people ask him if he is a medical or law professional, he always tells them medico-legal.
Many Nigerians took to his comment section to congratulate him on his achievement as some wondered how he was able to combine the two well. He shared photos of himself in both a lawyer's uniform and a laboratory scientist's coat.
See his Facebook post below:
At the time of writing this report, his post has gathered over 700 comments with hundreds of likes. Briefly News compiled some of them below:
Auwal Garba A A said:
"Congratulations my boss."
Ekene Okoli said:
"Congrats to you double honour... I celebrate you and your greatness..."
Chioma Promise said:
Andrew Nwibo said:
"Congratulations Barr Dr Obinna Okoronkwo."
Chinemerem Ogbu said:
"Congratulations and a very big well-done Nnaa."
Emeka Ede said:
Man graduates after 8 years in university, encourages others to never give up
In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a local graduate is certainly proving it's never too late to turn things around after finally completing his BSc degree in Food Science and Technology.
Dakalo Muluvhu's inspirational story was shared by a popular student forum, Varsity World. Heading to Facebook, the determined young man detailed his continued struggles with academic disappointment and his financial struggles.
It took him eight long years but Muluvhu got through it.
"Matriculated in 2011 with a diploma. Decided to repeat Grade 12 in 2012 because I got rejected by all varsities that I applied to. 2013 I enrolled at the University of Venda in Food Science and Technology. It took me 8 years to finish it because I repeated some of my modules 3 to 4 times," he added.
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Source: Briefly News