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Intelligent Nigerian man bags Masters degree in Computing Systems with 3 distinctions in UK

  • A Nigerian man celebrated his achievements after he bagged his Masters degree in computing science.
  • The man who got his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology shared that he worked hard to attain his grades.
  • Despite the switch from Psychology to tech, the intelligent Nigerian revealed he didn’t give up.

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A man has done himself and his country proud after he bagged a Masters degree in the UK with three distinctions.

The man identified as Oluwafemi Osokoya graduated from Nottingham University in Computing Systems.

He bagged his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and graduated as a second-class upper from the Univerisity of Ibadan, Nigeria before he traveled to the UK to further his education.

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Oluwafemi who announced his achievement despite his switch from Psychology to tech shared his happiness and success.

 Nigerian man bags Masters degree in Computing Systems

“I did it! Master of Science in Computing Systems achieved with Distinction,” he said.

Taking to his Linkedin page, the young man narrated why the sudden switch and shared how he never gave u and gave his all despite being at a disadvantage of having no background knowledge of the course.

 Nigerian man bags Masters degree in Computing Systems
 Nigerian man bags Masters degree in Computing Systems

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Young Nigerian lady receives her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in architecture on the same day

Meanwhile, a young Nigerian lady, Aisha Janki Akinola received her bachelor’s degree and her master’s degree with honours from the University of Edinburgh on the same day.

Nigerian-born woman Aisha Akinola relocated to the UK to pursue her education. She earned both of her architecture degrees from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, which is part of the United Kingdom.

Aisha graduated from the Federal Government Sokoto High School in Nigeria and then moved to Ghana to enroll in the Advance Levels Programme, the second of three standardized British secondary school subject exams required for admission to universities.

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