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Young man celebrates Bagging PhD scholarship in USA and shares adorable photos South Africa News

  • Nigerian youth identified as Emmanuel Osuagwu celebrated getting PhD scholarship in USA
  • Emmanuel, who visited his LinkedIn page to celebrate his victory, shared how mentors, sponsors and advisors contributed to his success
  • Social media users quickly flooded the comments section of Emmanuel’s post to celebrate with the young man

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A young man identified as Emmanuel Osuagwu took to social media to celebrate his victory after winning a scholarship for his PhD in Materials Science at Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, USA.

Speaking to his LinkedIn page, Emmanuel said his success was made possible by God who provided him with mentors, sponsors and advisers every step of the way.

Emmanuel Osuagwu celebrated his victory on social networks. Photo credit: Emmanuel Osuagwu / LinkedIn
Source: UGC

In his words:

“Thinking about where it all started, my first benchmark happened in 2018 with my lab manager, Mr. Emmanuel Okuhon at Mobil Oil Apapa.

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“I remember asking him what he would advise me to do after school, his response was that I was immediately heading for graduate school in technologically advanced countries like the United States.”

He meets a mentor

Emmanuel said it was timely to meet a man named Kingsley Okenyi the following year at SPE NIGERIA COUNCIL NAICE 2019, where he advised him on steps he might take in others to secure fully funded opportunities. in the United States for graduate studies.

In his words:

“He took it a step further by offering his sponsorship for my GRE, which he ultimately did, and not just for me, but for a list of many others.”

According to the youngster, he connected with Sir Great Umenweke on LinkedIn and the latter encouraged him to consider graduate studies in the United States, especially for the upcoming Fall 21 semester.

Emmanuel needs to hear from God

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The young man said he needed to hear from God on the way forward. He eventually got God’s approval to apply for graduate school.

In his words:

“Remarkably, during the same prayer period, I was awarded as the winner of the first SPE Port Harcourt section quiz contest (scanning section), where the allocated fund was used to sponsor my IELTS. “

Sharing adorable photos of himself on LinkedIn, Emmanuel expressed his gratitude to everyone who made this possible.

Many celebrate the young man

Augustin Ofeh said:

“Congratulations Emmanuel Osuagwu.”

Oladamola Wojuola commented:


Somto Egba commented:


Ifeanyi Ogbu said:

“Congratulations brother.”

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Lady who graduated with a 1st class scholarship

In similar news, a young woman identified as Sarah Oladejo took to social media to celebrate her victory after winning a full scholarship for her Masters in Computational Biology at the University of Alabama, USA.

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Speaking to her LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, Oladejo, a Lagos State University (LASU) graduate with a first class, said she was selected for the Mastercard Foundation scholarship.

In his words:

“I have been selected for the Mastercard Foundation scholarship for masters in Canada and graduate assistant as well as scholarship for my masters in United States of America. Let me introduce you to a scholarship holder of ‘graduate and scholarship recipient from the University of Alabama, USA for a master’s degree in computational biology through a full scholarship. “

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Source: Briefly.co.za


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