Halala: Man succeeds, finally becomes a doctor after 8 years

Halala: Man succeeds, finally becomes a doctor after 8 years

- Osunsanya Michael, a Nigerian in Hungary, has achieved great success as he graduated from the University of Debrecen

- The Nigerian man said the race to become a medical doctor took him eight years

- Osunsanya is also a brilliant person in the art of songwriting and photography

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A Nigerian man, Osunsanya Michael, has finally realised his dream of becoming a medical doctor even if it took him nearly a decade.

He said the journey all started for him in 2009 when he got done with his secondary school education. After taking a detour in 2010, he came back in 2012 to continue his medical pursuit.

On his Twitter page on Saturday, 27 June, the Osunanya, playing said:

“After eight years in the talking stage, me and medicine are finally taking this relationship to the next level”.
A collage of Osunsanya celebrating his achievement. Photo source: Instagram/Osunsanya Michael

A collage of Osunsanya celebrating his achievement. Photo source: Instagram/Osunsanya Michael
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The Nigerian man is also a photographer and songwriter.

See his Instagram post below:

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian boy, Anejado Paul, was picked off the street by a good Samaritan from the US, Melissa, 19 years ago.

The story did not end there. Paul went ahead to succeed and became a medical doctor. The American lady spoke about how her family met Paul in a village in central Nigeria.

She also recalled how her heart broke for the kind of condition he was living in, NigerianVoice reports.

“Our family first met Anejodo Paul in a small remote village in central Nigeria about 18 and a half years ago. I remember my heartbreaking when I saw this kid under a tree swatting flies away from the raw and open tissue on his leg that had been caused by a flesh-eating bacteria,” she said.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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