- A Nigerian lady, Uyiosa Ogunbor, has achieved a rare feat in her family after writing the dream down a decade ago
- Before she got admission into the university, the young lady faced several rejections from many schools
- While an undergraduate, she founded a company to help prospective medical experts, an outfit that succeeded
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A Nigerian lady identified as Uyiosa Ogunbor has achieved the dream she wrote down 10 years ago as she became a medical doctor.
In a LinkedIn post, she said the path to success was fraught with many difficulties. In 2016, she was rejected four times from different schools before she sought opportunities abroad.
I founded my company too
Schools that had earlier rejected her soon called her back for interviews. As a student, the Nigerian lady revealed that she also learned financial literacy along the way.
Uyiosa founded a company called Medsimple as an undergraduate. The outfit mentors and provide resources for aspiring medical professionals.
I'm glad I did it
The victorious lady said though starting a business was so much rough, in retrospect, she was glad she took the step then.
The young lady appreciated people who offered various support to her along the way and those who accepted her business pitches.
At the time of writing this report, her post had gathered over 2,000 comments with more than 28,000 likes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of them below:
Mercedes Hernández Estrada said:
"I remember you well as a teenager and I knew then that you had the potential and drive to do great things with your life. This is one of many successes… I am sure. Enjoy it and celebrate your talent, sharing it with the world!"
Alexis Robinson said:
"Girlllll those colored pens and this handwriting was popping as young ones lol congrats girl!"
Sarah Rogers said:
"Fantastic news Uyiosa. Many congratulations."
EziDrops EziDrops said:
Another first in her family
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a pretty young lady, Nimco Essa, broke a record in her lineage as she became the first female graduate.
Taking to social media with her graduation photos, the lady praised God for the wonderful success.
She captioned the snaps with:
"First woman in my family’s history to graduate college. Alhamdulilah."