A Nigerian lady who moved abroad bagged a degree, and she posted a video showing when she graduated from universityShe said she is the first person in her generation to travel abroad and also to bag a foreign university degreeHer video inspired her followers, who joined in the celebration and took to the comment section to congratulate her
A lady relocated abroad for university studies and has successfully bagged a degree.
After graduation, the lady, Ogeandkizi, posted a video on TikTok to share the good news with her followers.
The lady said she is the first in her generation to bag a degree abroad. Photo credit: TikTok/@ogeandkizi.Source: TikTok
She said she is the first person in her generation to travel abroad and bag a degree.
Ogeandkizi showed when she wore her graduation gown and stepped onto the stage for the final passing out ceremony.
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She was clutching a bouquet of flowers, and she was all smiles as she walked on the stage.
She captioned the video:”You are the first in your generation to ever travel abroad to bag a degree. To say I am grateful is an understatement, I will tell my story one day but now I say Thank God. He is a protocol breaker.”
Her followers congratulated her in the comment section of the clip.
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@Kelvina_dorcas Kourtney said:”Don’t let them tell you you can’t, and they won’t help you just so you know. Congratulations honey.”
@Ayo Kunu Mi said:”Congratulations. I tap from your blessing.”
Man Advises Young Men On Quickest Way To Travel Abroad: “I Got My Woman On Facebook”
A Ghanaian man has advised young men to seek relationships with older foreign women as a means to travel abroad and shared his own experience of marrying a 67-year-old woman for that purposeHis viral video has ignited discussions on social media, with some viewing his approach as adventurous while others question the ethics of such relationshipsThis story raised alarm on the unconventional paths people may take to fulfill their travel aspirations, prompting a range of reactions online
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A Ghanaian man who recently embarked on a journey abroad has shared unconventional advice with young men, encouraging them to seek relationships with ageing foreign women as a means to secure opportunities for travel and companionship.
The man, who goes by the handle @kamashiigh, disclosed his own experience in a viral video, revealing that he had successfully followed this unorthodox path to venture overseas.
He proudly declared that he is now happily married to a woman approximately 67 years old.
A man from Ghana advises men on how to travel Photo credit: @kamashiighSource: UGC”I got my woman from Facebook and she helped me to come here. Just dress well and post nice pictures of yourself. Also make sure you shower love on her when you get in touch,” he said.
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The video has sparked a flurry of reactions among social media users, with opinions divided on the man’s approach to achieving his travel dreams.
Zimbabwean student’s first trip abroad takes him to the Glenkens
A post-graduate student from Zimbabwe is enjoying his first time outside the country – among the people of the Glenkens.
Natsani Brandon Dube will start a masters degree in statistical ecology at the University of St Andrews on Monday.
He arrived in Scotland on August 9 and since then has spent much of his time with Roland Chaplain and June Hay at their home in Balmaclellan.
Highlights included his first ever sight of the sea – and the warm welcome from everyone he has met.
Natsani, 26, told the News: “The people are so amazing and the hospitality is par excellence.Read More Related Articles
“And understanding the Scottish accent is really easy.
“This is my first time outside Zimbabwe and I had never seen the sea before.
“I went to Mossyard and thought how growing up at home we were told to always stay away from the river because it was very dangerous.