- A beautiful young lady, Mustapha Aishat Akorede, graduated as the best student in nursing science from Afe Babalola University
- Aishat displayed the award she was given as a graduate and the numerous ones she got when she was still a student
- Many people were amazed by her feats, saying what she achieved is indeed extraordinary
A young lady, Mustapha Aishat Akorede, has taken to Twitter to showcase the many awards that she got during her undergraduate days.
After graduating with a degree in nursing science from the Afe Babalola University, the lady displayed eight plaques.
Seven of them were given to her by different associations while she was on campus while she got the last one as the best graduating student from her department.
Using the format "How it started vs how it ended", she posted snaps of her achievements in school as many commended her.
See her Twitter post below:
Aishat's post has gathered over 12,000 likes and more than 2,000 retweets as at the time of writing this report.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"You earn my fellow. More wins sis."
"Wow congratulations darling."
"Amazing woman! Congratulations."
"Congratulations, I love you."
"You still had time to run business? And you didn't just run sef, you won entrepreneur of the year at some point. I throway salute."
"Opolo porr, Congratulations dear. More blessing your way."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on another student, a 26-year-old graduate who has managed to procure a 50-acre farm.
According to the gentleman, whose enterprise is called Opia Ventures, his interest in agriculture started in school.
When he was studying horticulture, the young man was able to produce both peppers and tomatoes on the same plant.
After attaining his academic qualification, the 26-year-old started his own farm and employed his creativity to ensure that he got higher yields and faster harvest periods organically.
"The way I do my things is always different. Many people on other farms close to mine always think I am mad or something."
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