Lady Who Slept In Uncompleted Building Graduated With First Class After Managing To Survive In School

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Lady who slept in uncompleted building for months graduates with first class

Beautiful Nigerian lady, identified as Mary Otunba, becomes the talk of the town after battling with life challenges in school, yet graduated with the best result.

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Henry Iheanacho from Gossip Nigeria who saw Mary’s stories on LinkedIn reported that Mary graduated with a 5.0 CGPA from Caleb university, said she initially attended a polytechnic, all thanks to words of encouragement from her father.

After completing her studies from the polytechnic, she was discouraged and biased on how to move forward however, luckily, later smiled on her as she got an internship with a big organisation.

Unfortunately, she lost her father at about the same time. But as Mary was preparing for her Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) exams, she got to know of a part time program at Caleb University.

She narrated, owing to the death of her father, there was no one sponsor her through school, so the hard working lady bore her the financial responsibility of her studies all by herself.

Mary said that she had to use a torchlight phone for two years so she can be able to pay her bills. To top up the challenges, she also slept in an uncompleted building for months so that she would not be far from her workplace.

The Young lady appreciated friends who provided her with food and clothes during that trying time and in 2019, she became a chartered accountant.

One year later, in 2020, and Mary became the best graduating student in her department with an unimaginable 5.0 CGPA.

In conclusion Mary said: “My experience over the years had thought me that life is in phases. All I need is to enjoy every bit of it cos they are not meant to last forever.”

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