– A Nigerian lady has graduated from the Kazan National Research Technological University with a 5.0 CGPA
– The lady, Ogechukwu Ozoani, who is from Enugu state, has been given scholarship for her masters and PhD
– Ozoani is one of the Nigerians in the diaspora, who in recent times, have been excelling academically and bringing home several accolades
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A Nigerian lady identified as Ogechukwu Ozoani has made the country proud by bagging a first class degree from a Russian University.
According to @Coal_City on Twitter, the young lady graduated from Kazan National Research Technological University with a 5.0 CGPA.
Bioreports gathers that Ozoani has been granted a scholarship for her masters and PhD in Nuclear Science.
The young lady, who is from Ngwo in Enugu state, has joined other Nigerians in the diaspora making the country proud with their academic achievements.
Photo credit: @Coal_City/Twitter
Ozoani has further proven that Nigeria has a lot of intelligent students scattered all over the world.
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to congratulate Ozoani for her great achievements.
Twitter user with the handle @N_Stephenator wrote:
“Igbo Amaka…Congratulations Miss Ogechukwu Ozoani.”
Another Twitter user with the handle @arsefab wrote:
“I know for sure it must be outside Nigeria. Weldone young girl. Kudos.”
Below are other reactions:
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In other news, a Nigerian man basking in the euphoria of accomplishment has taken to social media to share how his dream of studying in the United Kingdom came true.
The man identified as Anthony Omudu took to his LinkedIn page to disclose that he had always nursed a dream of studying in the United Kingdom since he was 13.
He said the dream has been realised through Chevening scholarship as he recently became a beneficiary. He expressed gratitude to God and to the government of the United Kingdom for making it possible.
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