You inspire us - Social media reacts as man bags PhD in applied math

You inspire us - Social media reacts as man bags PhD in applied math

- An academic who lectures math and stats at Strathmore University in Kenya has taken to social media to celebrate his win after obtaining his PhD degree

- Evans Omondi, who could not hide his excitement, shared an adorable photo of his graduation on his LinkedIn page

- Congratulations are in order for the academic who many said is an inspiration to them

An academic identified as Evans Omondi has taken to social media to celebrate his achievement after bagging a PhD in applied mathematics.

According to Omondi who shared the good news on his LinkedIn page, his PhD journey successfully came to an end following his graduation.

Omondi, who lectures mathematics and statistics at Strathmore University, wrote:

"The long PhD journey successfully came to an end following the graduation. Congratulations are in order!!"

Well-wishers flooded the comment section of the post to congratulate Omondi.

The long PhD journey successfully came to an end following the graduation. Congratulations are in order

Well-wishers have congratulated Evans Omondi on his achievement. Photo credit: Evans Omondi/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

Rose Maina wrote:

"Mwalimu, you have a certain way of taking on a challenge and turning it into an opportunity; an opportunity to succeed.
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"You are an inspiration and I’m humbled by the lessons you instill us, your students, everyday! Congratulations to you and your future successes!!"

Maxwel Mwalo commented:

"Congratulations I'm on the way to that stage and people like you continue motivating me to continue with the journey. Once again congratulations."

Roy Akalah reacted:

"Congrats Evans - your achievement rekindles memories of my journey in stats with the coefficient of kurtosis formula."

Fredric Odhiambo wrote:

"Congrats daktari Evans, you need arrange 4 a village party we toss to this noble achievement."

Loice Onyango commented:

"Congratulations Daktari. Am following and your success is my inspiration."

In a previous report by YEN.com.gh, a Nigerian who bagged a PhD took to social media to narrate how she survived since she lost her father at the age of nine.

Nwamaka Oparaoji, who took to her LinkedIn page to share her story, said she travelled to the United States with a bachelor's degree and worked at Kentucky Fried Chicken drive-through window.

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According to her, she made $50 per week, took three buses to work and got paid $5.60 per hour.

The woman, who said she was given a childhood pet name that means worthless woman, disclosed that she also worked as a nursing assistant.

Source: Yen Newspaper

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