Nigerian man who didn't have opportunity to study in university graduates with distinction from polytechnic, vows to do more
- A Nigerian man identified as Femi Ojo Sunday has made himself proud after graduating with distinction from Kaduna Polytechnic
- Femi said he wasn't able to study in any Nigerian university but he made the best out of his education in a polytechnic
- According to the young man, he will make a difference if he is opportune to school again
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A Nigerian man identified as Femi Ojo Sunday has taken to social media to celebrate his academic achievement after graduating with distinction from Kaduna Polytechnic.
The National Diploma graduate of Mining Engineering shared the good news on his LinkedIn page to inspire the social media community.
He said he was not fortunate to pass through some of the big universities in Nigeria or abroad but he tried his best to make a distinction.
The young man has taken to social media to celebrate his academic achievement.
Photo credit: Femi Ojo Sunday/LinkedIn
Femi's post read:
"I was not fortunate to pass through some of the big universities in Nigeria or abroad but I tried my best to make a Distinction. If I can be opportune to school again, I believe I would make a difference."
LinkedIn users soon flooded the comment section to congratulate him.
Charles Ekah wrote:
"Congratulations, it's not easy to get a distinction in kadpoly especially with lecturer bias when we were there."
Sheu Abdulkadiri Basharu commented:
Okechukwu Ibiam reacted:
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In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Oreoluwa Olomodosi has taken to social media to celebrate her win after graduating with first-class honours in Economics and Finance from the University of York, England.
Sharing her achievement on LinkedIn, Olomodosi said she had a wonderful time studying, volunteering and taking up leadership roles in societies and in her department.
She expressed gratitude to God, her family, friends and mentors that helped her throughout her academic journey.
Her post read in part:
"I am extremely grateful to God for helping me achieve this success. A big thank you to all my family, friends and mentors that have helped me throughout these years."
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