After waiting at home for years, young Nigerian man rejoices as he gets university admission
A young Nigerian man has said that he is very excited that he got the admission he has been seeking for three years
The man who finished his ND in 2017 appreciated God for the rare grace as tweeps celebrated with him
When some people wanted to dampen his joy by saying an admission is not worth celebrating, others gave them apt responses
A young man with the Twitter handle @odessanmi_jamal has got every reason to celebrate after he got what he has been chasing for years.
The man who only has a National Diploma (ND) qualification said that the news really got him emotional.
Attaching the photo of the notification screen showing his admission status, the man thanked God for the great feat.
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Many people celebrated with the young man online as some said they really understood how happy he must be feeling.
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 8,000 likes with hundreds of comments on the platform.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations bro. This life though, presently it looks strange to me that someone is celebrating getting admission. No job after 5years of graduating. Would definitely celebrate like this when ever I get a good job."
"Am I the only one who sees this an a non achievement?"
"It’s a personal achievement for him regardless if you see it as an achievement or not. You’re not the one that will determine the metric for someone’s achievement."
"Congratulations Dude... I pray you find your path through success an amazing experience..."
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"Congratulations brother I know this feeling ,lol. You gonna be great bro."
On Friday, May 7, the man shared his graduation pictures and a snap of all his results since part one, showing that he maintained a brilliant streak throughout his university days.