- A Nigerian man, Olamoniso Nduka, has achieved his academic dream as he bagged MBA despite huge challenges
- With hundreds of materials to study, Nduka said he was almost going to stop school because he was drained
- In celebrating his achievement, the man said the past taught him that difficulties do not last forever
A Nigerian man, Olamoniso Nduka, has bagged his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University.
He said the journey to get his MBA started in 2018 as he narrated how he had to work hard in school while keeping a job.
Nduka said at a time, he almost gave up on everything as school tasks became more demanding and drained him.
In a LinkedIn post, the man noted getting his MBA really taught him that no matter how hard a period could be, it cannot last forever.
During his post-graduate programme, he said he had to study over 500 course materials, a thing he said kept him late on most nights.
Many Nigerians rejoiced with him on the new feat. Below are some of their reactions:
Enahoro Azeta said:
"Congratulations sir. You continue to inspire!"
Obinma Chika said:
Chibuike Echeji said:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Dr Nompumelelo Shange and Dr Roderick Juba are a power couple and a force to be reckoned with. The couple received their PhD degrees on the same day and both were in the Faculty of AgriSciences at Stellenbosch University.
Dr Juba received his in Conservation Ecology while Dr Shange received her degree in Food Sciences. Dr Shange and Dr Juba are from Inanda and Humansdorp respectively. The couple met in 2010 and started dating in 2016.
Dr Shange and Dr Juba got married in September last year during a traditional wedding in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal.
In other news, a young man who excitedly celebrated achieving his Honours degree. In a post shared in Facebook's ImStaying group, Essien George explained how he just got his Honours Degree in Education. In the motivational post, he also explains how he is planning to get both his Master's and PhD:
"Honours in Education done and dusted, heading towards Master's, till I reach PhD, that's why #ImStaying."
Meanwhile, Facebookers and Stayers were left nothing short of impressed. Many of them headed to the comment section of the post where they wished him a long, happy and successful life.
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