"I'm Visiting The House to Touch It": Nigerians Celebrate Lady as She Bags Harvard Degree Against All Odds
- Nigerians on Twitter are pouring encomiums on a fellow citizen who just bagged a degree from Harvard University against all odds
- Aramide Kayode, who shared her story online, noted that she is proof that God can be trusted
- The young lady bagged a master's degree in education and shared photos of her certificate
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It is a celebration all the way for Aramide Kayode, a Nigerian lady who just bagged a degree from Harvard University.
As soon as the degree reached her hands, Aramide shared her testimony on Twitter to the admiration of many Nigerians.
She is appreciative for her success
Sharing her story, Aramide was thankful to God for the feat she has achieved, saying she is proof that God can be trusted.
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"Proof that God can be trusted."
See her tweet below:
Twitter users react
Her tweet attracted much attention on the bird app as people started congratulating her for her feat. As at the time of writing this story, the tweet has attracted more than 23k likes and thousands of comments.
See some of the comments below:
"I'm visiting the house just to touch this. Congratulations Harvard superstar... Indeed God can be trusted."
"Congratulations Aramide. Heights by Great men, won and kept, were not achieved by sudden flight. But they while their companions slept, were toiling upwards in the night. More wins and celebrations to you I pray."
"Aramide my mentor. I miss seeing your face every Monday evening. Congratulations ma."
"Hmm she put in a lot of work for this. I'm not discrediting you, but videos of her teaching and showing how passionate she was about education went viral at that point. This moved many people to support her. You can try re-strategizing. People like to see workings first."
NSMQ21 Team Lead for Ketasco with 8As in WASSCE Still Home
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that a former student of Keta Senior High Technical School (Ketasco) who obtained 8As in the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) needs help.
Francis Kwame Sewor, a Science student, achieved all As in the WASSCE but could not proceed to the university due to his financially disadvantaged background.
The team leader for the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) has applied for scholarships at Ashesi University and the University of Kwame Nkrumah Technology and Science (KNUST) in Ghana to further his education.
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