- Arize Obiezue has been admitted into Harvard Business School at a time he least expected it
- Arinze, who also works with Facebook, said he would be able to keep his employment for two more years until he resumes at his new school
- The man said that he was almost not going to make the application as he expressed great joy at the new success
A Nigerian man, Arinze Obiezue, who is also a designer at Facebook, has achieved another great success.
The man was admitted into Harvard Business School just when he never thought he could not get in.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Arinze said he "almost didn't apply". The Nigerian added that he is also very grateful that he will be able to work at Facebook for the next two years before he starts school properly.
See his tweet below:
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that another Nigerian man with the name Seye Oduyale made the country proud as he graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
The Nigerian's achievement came after he had sent out applications to eight different medical schools and got admitted into Johns Hopkins.
Seye’s mum gave the push he needed to succeed as she urged him to apply to the top American school.
In a Twitter post Wednesday, May 20, the young Nigerian spoke about how his mum encouraged him to achieve his dream.
During his application process, Seye quoted his mum as saying: "Send one to Johns Hopkins. You never know what God is capable of." He also hinted at the cost of the degree being the sum of $300,000. Seye thanked his mum and everybody who made sacrifices for him along the way.
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Recall that Chidubem Obi graduated with an amazing 5.0 CGPA from Sechenov Medical University in faraway Russia.
In the photo of him shared online, he could be seen in a blue suit as he posed with others at the graduation ceremony. He spent seven years studying in medical school.
In other news, a 22-year-old lady and engineering student, Ayodele Aigbe, started her own company called Hangio.
The startup is into bendable hangers, a kind that eliminates the problem of having "shoulder bumps", according to the founder.
Ayo shared the news of her company on Twitter handle on Thursday, July 23 as she asked people to support her business.
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