Despite her disability, young African lady finally becomes lawyer

Despite her disability, young African lady finally becomes lawyer

- Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro is a young Nigerian lady with physical disability who has achieved her dream against all odds

- Jennifer has finally become a lawyer despite her disability, and she has taken to social media to inspire others

- Reactions have trailed her achievement as her LinkedIn connections congratulated and told her she is destined for greatness

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A young Nigerian lady with physical disability has inspired the social media community by becoming a lawyer against all odds.

The lady identified as Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro took to her LinkedIn page to disclose that despite her disability, she chose to push forward.

According to her, the road to success is not a straight one, especially for people with physical disability.

Her post read: "The road to success surely isn't a straight road sometimes especially for persons like us with Physically disability... but we choose to push amdist obstacle."

As expected, her connections took to the comment section to congratulate her for her achievement.

Despite her disability, this Nigerian lady becomes lawyer, inspires others
Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro. Photo credit: Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

Bradley Pinto wrote: "You are destined to be a big lawyer. Let not ur handicap hinder you. It's how you tackle your opponent in the court that really matters, so don't worry about ur hand. You look awesome & you have the brains.. That's all that matters.

"I congratulate & salute you dear. God bless you with a great future & lots n lots of success."

Another connection, Blaise Djamba Djamba, wrote: "Disability should not be a barrier to the deployment of skills.

"In diversity of any kind, there is a pool of talent to be developed. Only people who are open to the world know how to make the most of them.

"Congratulations and may your path shine forever."

In another story, Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang made history on Monday, 6 July, when she was named as the first female running mate for flag-bearer, John Dramani Mahama.

the high-achieving woman was approved by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and she made history as the first female to be selected by a major political party.

The trailblazer and ambitious woman received massive endorsements from Ghanaians in and outside the country.

Prof. Naana Opoku-Agyemang has since been under the media radar and her family have also been a subject for discussion.

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