- A Nigerian man generated massive reactions on Twitter after saying he graduated from one of the best universities in the world
- While many congratulated him, others faulted his submission at putting UI on such a pedestal
- The young man's photos went viral online with thousands of engagements on the platform
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A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @brysonadahcole has shared the good news of completing his degree in medical rehabilitation from the University of Ibadan (UI).
In a post on Tuesday, February 9, he prided himself by saying that he graduated from one of most sought-after universities in the world.
The man shared two photos showing him in a blue suit as he struck confident poses. Tweeps celebrated him.
There were, however, a few reactions to his description of UI as one of the world's best.
See his post below:
The young man got the attention he wanted as his post has received about 9,000 likes and more than 1,000 retweets as at the time of writing this report.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Inspire. I'm currently a 100l student of medical rehabilitation."
"Which world ? Four walls of federal university of Nigeria."
"Hoping to see Oxford but never mind."
"Is that what you were told? Lori iro ni oo my brother. Anyway congratulations."
"Congratulations...more wins. please be nice to patients, they go through a lot."
"Congrats man more grace and more wins all the way."
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She wants to find out if Dre gave them gifts and financial support when they were allegedly intimate with him during their marriage.
Nicole wants the three ladies to sit for depositions. Nicole has claimed that one of the women purchased a $2.15 million mansion "free and clear" in 2019.
She reportedly wants to find out from her if the world-renowned music producer gave her money to buy the house.
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