PHOTOS: Lady gets social media buzzing as she celebrates after getting PhD at 26

PHOTOS: Lady gets social media buzzing as she celebrates after getting PhD at 26

- A beautiful lady has taken to social media to celebrate her achievement after bagging a doctorate degree

- Keilani A took to her Twitter page to announce that she recently bagged a doctorate degree in education

- Twitter users took to Keilani's comment section to congratulate her on her achievement

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A beautiful young lady identified as Keilani A has taken to her social media page to celebrate herself after she bagged a doctorate degree at the age of 26.

YEN.com.gh notes that Keilani shared photos of herself and noted that it was not luck but hard work that earned her such feat.

Lady gets social media buzzing as she celebrates after getting PhD at 26

Keilani A. Photo credit: @mskeilanixo/Twitter
Source: UGC

As expected, Twitter users took to the comment section to congratulate Keilani for bagging a doctorate degree.

Twitter user @9D3baby wrote: "Congratulations!!! I’m so happy for you and proud of you."

Another user with the handle @MParis270 wrote: "Pretty and smart, love that for you. Congratulations."

Below are other reactions:

In another story, with Black women shattering education barriers every day, there’s no doubt that with the right support in leadership, they will turn things around and make the world a better space.

A Twitter user with the handle name, SheGoByJubilee, has become an example of women reaching beyond education, cultural, and social limitations.

The young Black woman recently announced in a post on Twitter that she has completed college with a Bachelor of Science in Global Health.

SheGoByJubilee revealed she graduated from the University of Southern California in the United States of America. Without any sort of unrestrained enthusiasm, she announced her accomplishment along with heart-warming images from her graduation ceremony.

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