- Seye Oduyale has made his family and Nigeria proud as he graduated from John Hopkins University School of Medicine
- The Nigerian's achievement came after he had sent out eight different applications before he could get into medical school
- Seye's mom gave the push he needed to succeed as she urged him to apply to the top American school
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A Nigerian man with the name Seye Oduyale has achieved great success as he graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
His journey did not come on a silver platter as he had to send out a total number of eight school applications before he got admission.
In a Twitter post Wednesday, May 20, the young Nigerian spoke about how his mom encouraged him to achieve his dream.
During his application process, Seye quoted his mom as saying: "Send one to Johns Hopkins. You never know what God is capable of."
He also hinted at spending $300,000 to fund his education. Seye thanked his mom and everybody who have made sacrifices for him along the way.
See his graduation pictures below:
It was earlier reported that a young Nigerian man identified as Victor Bamisaye became a medical doctor after facing so many harsh realities in life.
YEN.com.gh came across the medical doctor’s touching story after he shared a post about his life and achievement on his Twitter page.
According to Bamisaye, he became an orphan after he lost his father in 2007 and not long after that, his mother also passed away in 2014.
The young medical doctor explained that he realized that all was not lost in 2017 after he became a medical doctor.
Victor Bamisaye’s life story does not only teach us to keep fighting for our dreams but also that we can achieve anything with determination no matter the struggles we face.
In other news, Controversial Ghanaian marriage expert, Counsellor Lutterodt, has spoken in a recent video interview about the popular Date Rush show on TV3.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Daily Graphic, the iconic Ghanaian figure said the show is simply glorified prostitution.
By way of explaining himself, Lutterodt said that there is no solid ground upon which people select their dates on the show because the partners are mainly joined together based on looks.
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