- A Nigerian lady, Kehinde Oloye, has bagged her PhD from a top UK school, Edinburgh Napier University
- Kehinde said that God made her overcome all the challenges she faced during her academic pursuit
- The lady also appreciated people who supported her greatly and directed her towards the right path while in school
A Nigerian lady, Kehinde Oloye, has finally achieved her dream and she is happy about it. Bagging her PhD from the Edinburgh Napier University, she said she prayed for the feat.
Kehinde said that her success was made possible by God’s intervention. She also gave a special shoutout to her supervisors, Zhiyuan Tan and Emma Hart, who gave her the necessary push she needed.
The lady said she is also immensely grateful to her family who coped with her "imperfections" throughout her doctoral academic studies.
Kehinde called herself a product of grace, emphasizing the need to serve Jesus Christ in all that one does.
The Nigerian also acknowledged the university’s help in funding her research project and providing her with an enabling environment.
As at the time of writing this report, her post has hundreds of comments with over 2,000 likes. Below are some of the reactions:
Zhiyuan Tan said:
"Congratulations. Always be proud of you and your great achievements. Wish you a bright future in your research career."
Adam Mcmurchie said:
"Congrats! Love seeing news like this, it's inspirational! I came so close to picking napier as my Uni but had to move back to Dundee then. I hear great things about it though!"
Kayode Omosa said:
"I'm very proud of your achievements. Grace abounds."
Mariam Lawani said:
"Congratulations! I love that you acknowledged the grace of God at work in your life! Grace will continue to speak for you!
Taiwo Ologunowa said:
"Congratulations Dr. Kehinde Oloye!! PhD in the bag, more wins to come!! We are so proud of you!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Yusuf Onayemi, graduated from a US school with his master’s degree and got a job.
The man said he bagged the honour in computer science and quantitative methods (predictive analysis).
Onayemi said he is very appreciative of the support he received from everyone who made the journey throughout his postgraduate pursuit easy at Austin Peay State University.
Onayemi said all the hard work he put into the programme came with a big reward as he gave a special shoutout to his professors in school.
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