A brilliant and beautiful Nigerian lady who is identified as Roboh Borke on LinkedIn recently shared her impressive story of how she bagged distinction from a UK University after earning a second class upper in a Nigeria University.
Roboh took to LinkedIn to share beautiful graduation ceremony photos of herself.
According to the young lady, she earned her bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Afe Babalola University, Ekiti State, Nigeria. Where share graduated with a Second-Class Upper (4.47 / 5.0CGPA).
Later on, she went on to study for her master’s degree in Nottingham Trent University in England where she majored in Biotechnology, thanks to the help and support of her parents.
Fast forward to today, Roboh has surely made name for her family in the UK as she has successfully graduated with a distinction.
While sharing her story on LinkedIn, she said;
A journey that started over two years ago has finally come to an end. So thankful for being able to complete my Masters degree in Biotechnology with a Distinction from Nottingham Trent University. Thanks to my parents who made it possible for me to come over here to study and glad my mum could witness me graduate. Looking forward to what the future holds for me👩🏽🎓#2022graduate # #biotechnology #ntu #nottinghamtrentuniversity
Social Media Users Reactions:
Claire W.Civil Said;
Throughly deserved you gorgeous girl! Congratulations again 💛💛 xx
Nottingham Trent University
Congratulations, we hope you had a wonderful day celebrating 👏
Dejoke Obajuluwa-nee Said;
Congratulations Roboh and keep making your alma mater proud!
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