- A Nigeria lady known as Seun B on Twitter has bagged a doctorate degree in physiotherapy at Bond University, Australia
- In one of her pictures shared on Twitter, she held a board that read: "Thank you Mom & Dad" as a way to appreciate her parents
- People congratulated her on the micro-messaging platform as she took her time to reply to almost all the comments
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A Nigerian lady identified as Seun B has given much pride to the country in the diaspora as she bagged a doctorate degree from Bond University in Australia.
Having to graduate at any level in school is hard enough, obtaining a PhD, a path many fear to tread is something of great inspiration.
In a post she made on Wednesday, August 12, on Twitter, the Nigerian lady also thanked her mom and dad for their support as she held a placard that read so.
The young lady shared many pictures on her Twitter timeline as she added that she earned the PhD in physiotherapy.
Congratulations came in from all sides as many rejoiced with Seun on her new academic achievement. She really deserves them.
Below are people's reactions to her success:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another Nigerian, Fareen Matilfa Adzege, put Nigeria in a place of pride among other nations of the world, as she made history in faraway Russia.
She broke the record and became the only student to graduate with a first-class honour in medicine from Rostov State Medicine University, Russia.
The commendable development was made known by Samuel Aboki on LinkedIn on Friday, July 17.
In another story, Patricia Mawuli Nykodzi inked her name in the history books after she became Ghana’s first female pilot in 2009.
The young trailblazer joined the ranks of other notable women pioneers when she also became the first-ever Black African to be certified to build Rota Aircraft Engines at the Regional Innovation Center, near Linz.
Patricia was born in 1988 at a village in the Volta Region, where she grew up in a mud shack. YEN.com.gh gathered that she developed a passion for flying after several years of watching planes passing over her head.
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