A determined young single mother who is set to graduate from the university with a degree has inspired with her unique story of how she completed a 4-year degree programme in three years.
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In a recent post on social media, the single mother of one, revealed that her quest to pursue higher educational heights was met with setbacks from her previous school.
The unidentified lady revealed her former principal from high school demotivated her from taking strides towards attaining a degree.
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And that was just one of the setbacks including those from her doubters who said: ''there was no way I could finish college in three years.''
''My high school principal said there was no way I could finish high school. My college advisor said there was no way I could finish college in three years. My doubters said there was no way I could make a better life for us. Well, God mad a way out of no way for us.
Completed my 4-year-degree in three years with honours with a baby,'' she said.
The elated mother indicated she is''7 days away from the biggest day of my life and the only thing left for to say is thank you Lord for all you’ve done.''
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Even as a toddler, she believed people can show others something that they’re capable of doing the extraordinary.
Face2Face Africa reports that her mother, Jamie Graham, ''she wasn’t intimidated because she was the youngest student, and she was not intimidated because she was the only female''
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