- The transformation photos of Adaoma Anayochukwu Eze have been getting much attention online as people shower praises on her
- The pictures show her journey from secondary school to university to when she did her postgraduate training in London
- Messages of congratulations have been pouring in as she took her time to add more pictures on Twitter
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Many Nigerians travel abroad for education and make the nation proud. A recent one is Adaoma Anayochukwu Eze who was recently celebrated for succeeding in her academic pursuit.
In a post on Twitter, CoalCityConnect shared transformational photos that summarily show her journey.
According to the Twitter handle, Adaoma schooled at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) before proceeding to Royal College of General Practitioners, London for her postgraduate training.
Now a medical doctor, the pictures showed her in a secondary school uniform, at her UNN matriculation, at UK royal college and an office door that bears the name tag Dr Eze.
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Praises have been pouring in since the tweets went live on the micro-messaging platform. People adored her journey as they congratulated the woman. Some went as far as tagging her in the tweets.
See the tweet below:
In the comment section, she took her time to reply to almost every comment.
Some of the reactions are below:
"@Ogechi11676237 I see you darling. This transition picture Is not complete joor, there should be a pic of you in front of physio or infront of 201A ibiam."
"Aww thanks @Coal_City I’m honoured, and blushing from ear to ear. Thank you."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Chika Stacy Oriuwa was the only black student out of a class of 259 students when she enrolled at UT in 2016.
On Tuesday, June 2, the student did not only graduate as the best student but was the school's valedictorian, making her the second black person to have that feat since the inception of the school. She was the first black student in 14 years with the honour.
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