Smart lady who bagged degree in engineering shares stunning graduation photos and video

Smart lady who bagged degree in engineering shares stunning graduation photos and video

- A beautiful woman, who was only identified as @_Newturn1_, celebrated a great milestone in her life

- She recently graduated with a degree in engineering and posted snaps and a video online

- @_Newturn1_ thanked God for helping her succeed and she inspired many

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Women have been filling more and more roles in industries that have till now been dominated by men.

On Tuesday, a woman, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @_Newturn1_, took to the social media platform to gush about her academic success.

The beautiful lady is originally from Namibia but she has been living and studying in China.

She posted a video of herself dancing in a graduation gown and added that she is a woman in engineering.

Her video was captioned:

"Glory be to God #WomenInEngineering."

Take a look at the video below:

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Her post inspired many social media users who congratulated @_Newturn1_ on the achievement.

Twitter user, @Makoto_1960, commented:

"Congratulations, beauty with brains."

Another tweep, @Kankoshi_J, wrote:

"Congratulations Bertha, industry awaits. Come join us."

Social media user, @MiaNdeshi, said:

"Nicely done. Dimples wow."

Twitter user, @VatileniMorris, added:

"Congrats come back home so we get married yeah!"

In another story, reported that Ghanaian-American, Joy Buolamwini, is a computer scientist who is known for her work which highlights the social implications of Artificial Intelligence.

The young female tech genius just landed a deal with Random House for her book, Justice Decoded. According to a Face2Face Africa report, her book will research into the harms and biases of AI and other technologies.

Her book will also investigate the racial bias in facial surveillance to gender bias in voice recognition and more.

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