- Vivian Adanne Chuka-Onyia has done Nigeria and Africa proud by graduating with distinctions from four European universities
- The Nigerian national is based in Scotland, United Kingdom
- Chuka-Onyia studied Emergency and Critical Care Nursing at the four European universities
Education is the key to success, and being hard-working while pursuing it usually has a happy ending. A Nigerian based in Scotland, Vivian Adanne Chuka-Onyia, has added credence to that fact.
In the recent past, Nigerians have been in the news for making their country and Africa proud with their achievements and records they are making around the world.
Chuka-Onyia has just joined the list of Nigerians changing the narrative of the country by graduating with overall As from four European universities.
Briefly.co.za gathers that the four institutions the Nigerian national got distinctions from include the University of Algarve Faro, Portugal; University of Santarem, Portugal; Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland; and University of Oviedo, Spain.
The Nierian indigene studied Emergency and Critical Care Nursing in the aforementioned universities.
In other news, an 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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