African-born mama of 4 graduates from prestigious Australian University

African-born mama of 4 graduates from prestigious Australian University

Being a mother comes with a lot of responsibilities and more often than not, a lot of women tend to lose themselves in the whole process of raising children. Well, this Australian-based Nigeria mother of four has proven that nothing can stop her from achieving her dreams.

Kehinde Olusola Adegboye has her supportive husband and kids to thank after she bagged herself a BSc in nursing from Edith Cowan University in Australia.

Briefly.co.za found that Kehinde revealed that she worked as a dental nurse in Apapa General Hospital, Lagos, before migrating to Australia with her family in 2010. In 2016, she changed her profession and went back to the university to study nursing.

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Nigerian lady in Australia shares photos as she graduates from Edith Cowan University with Bachelor of Nursing

Despite all odds, Kehinde is a proud degree holder in Nursing

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Kehinde who is now an Australian citizen, is married with four children. She revealed that it was not easy combining schooling and raising a family but thanks her supportive husband who stood by her all through.

Despite all odds and family commitments, she now stands proud as a degree holder in Bachelor of nursing.

Nigerian lady in Australia shares photos as she graduates from Edith Cowan University with Bachelor of Nursing

Kehinde and her family at her graduation

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"I really appreciate God and the special man that stood beside me through the difficult time at university," she told Legit.ng.

Nigerian lady in Australia shares photos as she graduates from Edith Cowan University with Bachelor of Nursing

She revealed that schooling while raising her kids wasn't easy

Kehinde who also passed her nursing registration exam on January 31, works as a nurse in a government hospital in the country.

Amazing!

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Meanwhile, a young Nigerian lady identified as Aarinola Olaiya Blessing has reaped the fruit of her years of labour after years of study at the university. The lady graduated with flying colours and was celebrated by many people.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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