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“I got to experience God in different ways and that helped me in my journey of 7 years and 9 months” Bowen University Best Graduating Student

A beautiful and young lady identified as
Oyeneyin Adiat recently emerged as the best graduating student of Bowen university.

She shared her short and inspiring story on the official Facebook page of Bowen university.

According to Aidat, she was born into a Muslim home but when she came over to study in Bowen university, she experienced God and it totally changed her life.

If you didn’t know Bowen University is a private Baptist Christian Nigerian university owned and operated by the Nigerian Baptist Convention. Bowen University is located at Iwo in Osun State, Nigeria.

She also stated that aside from the favours and blessings she received in her life, she has also received the gift of people.

Her post read;

“I’m from a Muslim family but coming into Bowen University, I got to experience God in different ways and that helped me in my journey of 7 years and 9 months. “I also got the gift of friendships, mentorship and good relationships, the gift of people basically”

She also went ahead to leave an advice for people who would come across her post.

Adiat said: “I just want someone out there to know that whatever you put your mind to, you can accomplish once you work hard, have positive affirmations and trust God.“

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Facebook Users Reaction:

Tunji Onafuwa wrote:

Best wishes for a bright future and glory and honour be to God who sustained you emotionally and endowed you with academic excellence in your chosen field. May He reign forever in your life. Best of luck.

Esoimeme Paulina Bewaji wrote:

Well done, may the Lord God Almighty uphold you to the end but always remember the child of whom you Are and live your life for the glory of God Congratulations.

Odunayo Mathew:

“Congratulations. Society or setting you reside with can influence. Keep it up, you will fulfill your dreams. Christ will take you far.”

Credit:

Bowen University, AllSchool

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