Young lady bags masters in Germany, appreciates people who helped her

Young lady bags masters in Germany, appreciates people who helped her

- A Nigerian lady has succeeded and bagged her masters from WHU, a top business school in Germany

- Despite travelling every six weeks from Nigeria to Germany, the lady completed her programme in style

- To celebrate her achievement, Tolulope, shared photos she took with friends during her stay in the foreign country

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A Nigerian lady, Tolulope Ochonogor, has succeeded greatly in Germany after bagging her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA.

It should be noted that the programme is organised by both WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management and Northwestern University.

On her LinkedIn page, the Nigerian expressed how happy she is to have completed the programme. She thanked all those who supported her.

The lady said the friends she made while studying for the MBA provided both emotional and academic strength needed to bear the rigour of her post-graduate programme.

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Nigerian lady bags masters in Germany, appreciates people who helped her
Nigerian lady bagged masters in Germany. Photo source: LinkedIn/Tolulope Ochonogor
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A part of her post read:

“Ricardo Chavez, thank you for the encouragement. Also to Omotosho Sule for your valuable advice. Thanks to the EMBA office Beate Allar Hanne Mai and the team for your support. Nothing is impossible to her that believes. A lot to explore in the world of entrepreneurship and innovation. Here I come!”

Below are some of the reactions to her tweet:

Sibyll Brüggemann said:

"Very happy for you & well deserved, Tolu. And we’ll get a chance again to dance to Nigerian music."

Kemi Omolokun said:

"Congrats Tolu dearest!!!"

Maximilian Harmstorf said:

"Very happy for you, Tolu. It's even more remarkable since you had to trade off a crazy work schedule 'Which country am I in now ?' with your family and demanding studies. It was a pleasure having you as our teammate, and I am confident that you grounded us, boys, regularly. Things could have escalated otherwise."

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Oluneye Oluwole said:

"I'm super proud of you my Darling Tolulope Ochonogor. Words fail me to describe my joy and happiness for you. You are indeed of the Royal stock of our heritage. Congratulations. Much love."

Tolulope Oyemade said:

"Congratulations Tolu!. Thank you for being such an amazing inspiration. I am so glad that all the hard work and sacrifice paid off. Thanks for sharing all the lessons along the way. I miss sharing all the travel souvenirs already. Haha!Thank you Tolu. On to the next."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Nnennia Ngozi Eze, bagged her MBA from the Imperial College of London.

Ngozi noted that if it was not for the coronavirus outbreak, she would be walking “across the podium at the Royal Albert Hall London” to get her certificate.

The lady said despite the pandemic, she feels delighted to have achieved the academic feat which took her two years of serious work and sleepless nights.

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