- A young Nigerian man, Toluwanimi Adegboyega Olorunnisola, made it big in his academics as he came out with first-class honours
- People who are studying the same engineering course he did in school said what he achieved is massive
- Toluwanimi shared snaps from the beautiful photoshoot session he organised for the achievement
A Nigerian man, Toluwanimi Adegboyega Olorunnisola, has finally achieved his academic dream in a very big way.
On Wednesday, March 3, the man revealed he bagged a first-class in industrial and production engineering.
To celebrate the amazing feat, Toluwanimi gave himself an amazing photoshoot as he is dressed in his engineering overall and safety helmet.
Many people who loved the idea behind the photoshoot session praised him, saying getting a first class degree is not common.
See the celebrant's post below:
Tweeps showed his post much love as it got more than 6,000 likes and hundreds of comments at the time of writing this report.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Omo na dis kind engineering I dey like recommend my school to... if you ever want study engineering at master level in US, DM me make we chat."
"Congrats man! Welcome to the club of the Engineers. The G of the GMNSE will be off soon."
"Congratulations my new friend. May you enjoy the grace that comes with hardwork. Better life I wish you."
"Congratulations to you sir Tolu. I tap from your oil of excellence."
"Congratulations. As a final years engineering student, I must say This is huge! And I wish you greater heights."
"Congrats my gee! Divine favour in your professional journey, I pray."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another young man who inspired many online with his academic success.
Godisang David Mpye, a young man who recently bagged a PhD in engineering, has celebrated his academic achievement on social media.
Sharing his achievement on LinkedIn, the young man who graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa, wrote:
"PhD confirmed, I am Doctor now."
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