- A man identified as Tunde Omotoye says he travelled to Canada as a student five years ago, unsure of what the future had for him
- He says despite the uncertainty, he has launched his own company in the North American country
- His company's aim is to help immigrants like him navigate their immigration and career journeys confidently and swiftly
A man who arrived Canada as a student five years ago has taken to Twitter to share his success story.
The man identified as Tunde Omotoye said he arrived Canada five years ago as a student who was unsure of what the future had for him in the North American country.
Despite the uncertainty, he revealed that he has launched his own country five years after leaving the shores of Nigeria.
According to Omotoye, his company's aim is to help immigrants like him navigate their immigration and career journeys confidently and swiftly.
He tweeted: "5 years ago, I arrived Canada. A student unsure of what the future had for me in Canada.
"Today, I launched a Canadian company that will help immigrants like me navigate their immigration and career journeys confidently and swiftly.
"Pay close attention to my journey."
In other news, at just 14 years of age, Dorothy Jean Tillman of Chicago has become a perfect example of black excellence after she obtained her graduate degree from Unity College in the United States.
Through distant learning, the teen prodigy grabbed her master’s degree in sustainable science and environmental planning.
At just 8 months old she began talking, by four she was completing math problems and by nine she was starting high school.
Tillman has always loved learning and once she finished high school, she figured she should pursue her associate's degree which worked in her favour since many of the credits counted towards her bachelors.
She just kept going and at the age of 12, she earned her bachelor’s degree in humanities from Excelsior College.
Before that, Tillman earned her associate’s degree in psychology from the College of Lake County at the age of 10.
With interest in STEM, she went on to pursue a graduate course in sustainable science and environmental planning.
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