- A proud lady, Oluwatosin Likinyo, has massively celebrated her Master's degree win from the University of Aberdeen
- The lady said she pulled through difficult times and tasks in school to finish with distinction from the UK institution
- Sharing her story on LinkedIn, Oluwatosin appreciated God's help and people who served as her pillars of support
Another African person has graduated from the University of Aberdeen in the UK with a distinction. The lady, identified as Oluwatosin Likinyo ,who shared the good news on both her website and LinkedIn page, said she bagged a Master’s degree in renewable energy engineering.
The lady said she was grateful to God and Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd for the opportunity.
According to her, because she enrolled three weeks after the resumption date, she struggled hard to keep up as she combined that with adjusting to her new environment.
Just as the lady was trying to bask in the joy of living in Aberdeen in her second semester, the pandemic took the world by surprise and all her vacation plans were put on hold.
The lady said completing her thesis which was on designing an AC system for electric vehicles that will have its own power source aside from the automobiles’ battery was a difficult one.
Oluwatosin also relived the joyful moment her Master's scholarship opportunity came, saying it was a time when everything seemed bleak.
Below are some of the reactions her LinkedIn post got:
Abdul-lateef Agberemi said:
"Congratulations to you Oluwatosin. You gave been able to combine hard work with tenacity and focus. This is exactly the result, when you dare to. More winnings dear."
Femi Adeyemo said:
"Congratulations Oluwatosin! Your thesis caught my attention, 'Identifying and designing a suitable air conditioning system for electric vehicles that would be independent of battery energy consumption, consequently reducing mileage loss'."
Dr Yewande Okunleye said:
"Well done. My goddaughter graduated with a distinction from Aberdeen also a couple of years ago. The results were printed in the newspaper and the graduation ceremony was so moving. Thanks for bringing back that memory. I wish you a bright future. Congratulations."
Briefly.co.za also reported that Mumtaaz "Taz" Emeran is once again making the news. This time it's to say thank you to generous South Africans who all came together to help her settle her student fees debt at Wits University, where she had been studying to become a doctor.
According to a recent interview, Emeran says that she will now use her qualification to join the brave doctors at the forefront of restoring peace and healing to those who have been infected and affected by the novelty coronavirus.
Emeran, who was overwhelmed with support from locals looking to help her graduate with dignity in any way possible, will soon start her internship at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in the South of Johannesburg.
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