- Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro is a young Nigerian lady with a physical disability who has achieved her dream against all odds
- Jennifer has finally become a lawyer despite her disability, and she has taken to social media to inspire others
- Reactions have praised her achievement as her LinkedIn connections congratulated and told her she is destined for greatness
A young Nigerian lady with a physical disability has inspired the social media community by becoming a layer against all odds.
The lady identified as Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro took to her LinkedIn page to disclose that despite her disability, she chose to push forward.
According to her, the road to success is not a straight one, especially for people with physical disabilities.
Her post read: "The road to success surely isn't a straight road sometimes especially for persons like us with physically disability... but we choose to push amidst obstacles."
As expected, her connections took to the comment section to congratulate her for her achievement.
Bradley Pinto wrote:
"You are destined to be a big lawyer. Let not your handicap hinder you. It's how you tackle your opponent in the court that really matters, so don't worry about your hand. You look awesome and you have the brains.. That's all that matters.
"I congratulate & salute you dear. God bless you with a great future and lots and lots of success.and
Another connection, Blaise Djamba Djamba, wrote:
"Disability should not be a barrier to the deployment of skills. In diversity of any kind, there is a pool of talent to be developed. Only people who are open to the world know how to make the most of them. Congratulations and may your path shine forever."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported an African lady identified as Olufoyinsola Fagbemi has inspired people on social media after being awarded a full scholarship for her masters at Loughborough University.
Fagbemi took to her LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, saying she will be starting her masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Loughborough University, courtesy of the Development Trust Africa Scholarship.
She also revealed that she got another full-tuition scholarship to study in Hong Kong. Fagbemi wrote:
"As a recipient of two full tuition scholarships (one in the UK and the other in Hong Kong), I find it important to mention that although I am a smart, driven woman who is ready to take on the world, I also had to put in work for manifestation.
"Before I received the scholarships, I believed that this was my reality. I was intentional about my thoughts and actions. I constantly visualised and imprinted on my subconscious the importance of this achievement, and God came through for me."
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