Brilliant children of same family bag PhDs like their father; make parents proud (photo)

Brilliant children of same family bag PhDs like their father; make parents proud (photo)

- A Nigerian lady, Oluwatobi Fatunmbi, has bagged a doctorate degree from Howard University in dental surgery

- Oluwatobi is one of the three members in the same family who all got a PhD after having their first degree in chemistry

- Another thing in common with the family is that they attended the first HBCU school, Lincoln University

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A Nigerian lady with the name Ololade Fatunmbi has shared the good news of her sister, Oluwatobi Fatunmbi, who got her doctorate degree from Howard University in dental surgery.

In sharing the news on her LinkedIn on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, the lady said that they are now three of them in the same home who now have a PhD.

Another thing three of them share in common is that they had their first degree in chemistry and graduated from Lincoln University, the first Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

A collage of the two ladies with their father. Photo source: LinkedIn/Ololade Fatunmbi

A collage of the two ladies with their father. Photo source: LinkedIn/Ololade Fatunmbi
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YEN.com.gh previously reported that Jules Patrice Means, 67, has every reason to celebrate after she graduated with her undergraduate degree in sociology from Cal in the United States.

In spite of her age and the voices that set out to detract her from pursuing her bachelor’s degree because many thought she was too old, she defied the odds and has become a limelight.

Jules Patrice Means, better known as "Ms. Jules'', a great-grandmother graduated from Cal with a degree in sociology with all As and just one B+.

Regardless of the numerous enormous lifetime challenges she’s had from having a baby in high school to suffering a major stroke just seven years ago, Jules still thrives amid the setbacks.

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