At the age of 27, a stunning Nigerian lady earns a PhD and is named best student.

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Abisola Osoko-Fabunmi, a 27-year-old Nigerian woman, has celebrated her success after receiving a PhD.

She not only earned a PhD at such a young age, but she was also named the best graduating Marketing student with a CGPA of 4.83.

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On social media, Nigerians have praised the young lady, calling her an inspiration to many. It is important that you show your support.

Abisola Osoko-Fabunmi, a young Nigerian woman, has received a PhD in Marketing from Covenant University at the age of 27. With a CGPA of 4.83, Abisola was named the top PhD student in Marketing. At the age of 27, Abisola Osoko-Fabunmi earned a PhD.

“I was awarded a PhD degree in Marketing with a focus in Brand Equity, Customer Loyalty, and Customer Relationship Management last week Friday,” she says. With a CGPA of 4.83, I was named the finest Ph.D. student in Marketing.”

Tunde Ososanya, Abisola, expressed her gratitude for having reached such an academic milestone. “I’ve always aspired to go further and be better,” she says. “I am grateful for the opportunity.”

The key to being the finest PhD student in Marketing, according to the young lady, was networking and teamwork. “PhD is not a unique path for me,” she explained.

My family, supervisors, senior colleagues, academic mentors, and friends have all helped me along the way. “I did not accomplish this on my own.”

Abisola stated that, contrary to popular belief, persons who do well academically do not have a social life. “Yes, I have a lively social life,” she says. I’m a big gamer. This is something that my close friends can attest to.”

God’s grace and strength, the young lady expressed thankfulness. She also expressed gratitude to everyone who contributed to her accomplishment. “I am grateful to God for grace and strength,” she added.

I am grateful to my supervisors, senior colleagues, and the sector that was examined in my research for their contributions to my success. I am happy for the opportunity to have also encountered academic rigor.

Abisola expressed her eagerness to contribute her quota to marketing in Africa and around the world.

A hearty congratulations is in order. Many social media users swarmed Abisola’s post’s comment section to express their joy for her.

“A big congratulations to you,” a LinkedIn user named Tosin Adediran stated. Thank you for visiting, and best of luck in your future endeavors. It hasn’t been simple to get this far. I’m delighted for you. Cheers.”

This is inspiring,” Oluwajuwon Roberts said. Welldone.”

Congratulations!!” wrote Jessica Oga. “You are a role model!!!”

Congratulations,” exclaimed Maxwell E. Uduafemhe. “You are, without a doubt, a queen.”

Congratulations,” wrote Bode Roberts.

Source : Legit.ng



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