- A social media user, Machaela, has bagged a Nursing degree
- She graduated from Texas A&M University in the United States
- Machaela uploaded stunning photos on social media to announce the achievement
- The post has garnered reactions and comments
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At 20, a social media user, Machaela has achieved her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Texas A&M University and is basking in the feat.
Machaela revealed that the journey to attaining the Nursing degree was hectic, taking her two years to achieve it.
In a post on her Twitter page, the new graduate shared her story as she established that she achieved the degree at age 20.
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Basking in the achievement
''I can finally say I made it! At just 20 years old 1st Generation Texas A&M University Graduate w/ a Bachelors of Science in Nursing Class of 2021,'' she said.
Machaela indicated that she is now focusing on getting her license to become a registered nurse. ''Next Step: RN Licensure,'' she added.
She uploaded stunning photos in her graduation robe, which have amassed reactions and comments under the post.
Social media comments
''Congratulations now go get those big $$.''
Titiatrainer simply said:
''Congratulations Party popper.''
@faloh10851059 wrote: ''Congrats.''
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From Keta in the Volta Region of Ghana, he was born and raised in a deprived home at Tema in the Greater Accra Region and has live there his entire life.
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