- A Nigerian lady, Abisola Sanuolu, has graduated from the West End University College in Ghana
- Sharing photos on both Twitter and Instagram, the lady said that it has been a journey of long five years
- Tweeps sent congratulatory messages to her as they wished the lady more fruitful endeavours
A Nigerian lady identified as Abisola Sanuolu has bagged a BSc in nursing and she could not hide how happy she was by the achievement.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, November 29, the lady said "done and dusted" to show that she is now officially a graduate.
On her Instagram account, Abisola said that it took her five years. She said that that real journey just began for her.
A further look at her LinkedIn page shows she graduated from West End University College in Ghana.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered thousands of engagements with over 11,000 likes.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the goodwill comments she got:
"Congrats dear you will use this to achieve great things."
"Congrats dear, on to the next phase. Thank God for bringing you this far."
"I cannot Wait!!! Congratulations."
"Congratulations, you’re welcome to the family."
"Congrats dear. I tap from this blessing."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, took to the internet to celebrate herself after pushing hard and achieving a great academic feat.
In a short post on LinkedIn, the lady rejoiced as she announced that she has now officially graduated with a first class in economics.
Aishat said that she finished from Elizade University in Ondo state with a CGPA of 3.86/4.0. As proof that she is not just hyping herself, the lady attached her result page to the post.
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