- A young man, Ehigie Osebor, who got admission into King's College in the UK many years ago is celebrating achieving his dream
- Osobor was massively praised by people who saw him as a role model and want to someday be like him
- There were tweeps who advised him to bridge the gap between nurses and doctors, emphasizing the need to maintain a good work relationship
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A young man, Ehigie Osebor, has taken to the bird app to announce that after spending six years in medical school, he has now passed his final exams.
The man's tweet on Monday, February 8, was in response to a post he made in 2013 where he excitedly tweeted that he just got an admission.
Posing in his medical overall with a stethoscope hanging around his neck, the man said he is excited that he is going to become a doctor.
See his post below:
Many people came to his comment section to congratulate him and also to offer pieces of advice he would need in his new journey.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations. Wishing you the very best as you head onwards into a very important, much valued and essential career. And thank you too. Being a doctor is not an easy job for so many reasons. I have nothing but respect and admiration for you. Good luck."
"Well done ! welcome to the medical world . Remember nurses and HCAs are your friends and should be cherished as such. Always ask questions and always ask for help if you are unsure . Take good care of yourself."
"Congrats on passing! Well done!!! I can tell your future patients will be lucky to have you!"
"Congrats! Good luck on your journey and thank you in advance for all your hard work helping to make the world a better place!"
"I am in my second year. Guess it’s never too late to tweet mine so I can reference later Smiling face with open mouth and cold sweat. Congratulations."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @brysonadahcole 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.
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