- A Nigerian man identified as Dr. Elijah Akpan has expressed gratitude to God for his daughter's academic achievement
- Dr. Akpan's daughter, Jessica, recently bagged an MBA degree from Villanova University, in Pennsylvania, USA, with a 4.0 GPA
- The young lady previously graduated with a degree in Film and Television Production, and another in Political Science with GPAs of 4.0 each
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A Nigerian man identified as Dr. Elijah Akpan has taken to social media to celebrate his daughter for making him proud after bagging an MBA degree from Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA, with a 4.0 GPA.
Taking to his LinkedIn page, Dr. Akpan expressed gratitude to God for his daughter's academic achievement and noted that he is very proud of the young lady identified as Jessica.
The Nigerian man recalled that the last time he attended his daughter's graduation from Loyola Marymount University, she made him so proud by graduating with a degree in Film and Television Production, and another in Political Science with GPAs of 4.0 each.
His LinkedIn post read in part:
"The last time I attended your graduation from Loyola Marymount University, you made me so proud by graduating with a degree in Film and Television Production, and another in Political Science with GPAs of 4.0 each. What an exceptional achievement! I’m very proud of you Jessica. Congratulations!"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Oreoluwa Olomodosi has taken to social media to celebrate her win after graduating with first-class honours in Economics and Finance from the University of York, England.
Sharing her achievement on LinkedIn, Olomodosi said she had a wonderful time studying, volunteering and taking up leadership roles in societies and in her department.
She expressed gratitude to God, her family, friends and mentors that helped her throughout her academic journey.
Her post read in part:
"I am extremely grateful to God for helping me achieve this success. A big thank you to all my family, friends and mentors that have helped me throughout these years."
In other news, Ghanaian female barber Grace Minnet, a former student of Benkum Senior High School, has made inroads in a career stereotypically seen as male.
Professionally known as Minnet the Barber, the adventurous lady has defeated the odds and is excelling as a barber, despite the impediments women in the field face.
The 25-year-old's career trajectory began after she completed senior high school in 2010.
Minnet started in a salon, working as a hairdresser because, for her, it was the career most young ladies her age were pursuing at the time.
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