- A woman named Anita Omonuwa has reportedly graduated from the University of Reading with a First Class degree in Law
- She also graduated with two First Class degrees of which one was received from the University of Birmingham
- Social media users have extended congratulatory messages to her for her academic records
YEN.com.gh has learnt that Anita Omonuwa has graduated from the University of Reading with a First Class degree in Law.
This, per reports available, also makes her the first Black woman to graduate from the university with such a degree.
Anita has also acquired two additional First Class degrees at the law school; one of which is an LLM from the University of Birmingham.
Social media users have extended words of praise to her for her amazing academic records:
@smallestgodnam1 wondered why she was not wearing a hijab.
@iam_tonebrown wondered why she is alive when Nigeria's judicial system is messed up.
@Bankole_NG argued she cannot be good at everything.
@balogunramon2 hoped the western media would publish such good stories about Africa.
@geedayyy noted that Africa's problem has always been implementation of polices.
@caleb_onyeabor advised Anita to stay overseas and practice law.
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In other news, a passenger on a commercial bus, popularly known as trotro, has been captured in a video exchanging words with the conductor, popularly known as the mate.
The main issue at stake is the balance to be given the passenger after he boarded the vehicle.
Both men are seen wearing short-sleeved shirts and are facing each other as the bus moved through town.
At the point, the mate appears to tell the man that he has no idea who his father is, to which the man poses a question.
He seeks to find out if the mate’s father is either President Akufo-Addo or Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
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