Young Nigerian mother bags double first class honours in Law, celebrate achievement

Young Nigerian mother bags double first class honours in Law, celebrate achievement

A young Nigerian mother, Oluwabusola Ayeni, has taken to Twitter to celebrate becoming a double first-class holder.

Recall that the Nigerian Law School released the 2022 Bar Part II results, where 119 students bagged a double first class.

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In the tweet shared by Ayeni, she revealed that she was part of the 119 students to bag first class.

She tweeted:

“Red Scroll gang. I made a first class from the Nigerian Law School. Double first class holder.

“Law school showed me shege. Thank you, Jesus. I can’t sleep.

“Thank you, Lagos Campus. Wife, mother, Double First Class Holder. Oluwabusola, Well done.

“Thank you SFCSS.”

Netizens react:

@Mrs. Udoh: “Congratulations.”

@Doctor Four Eyez: “Congratulations.”

@Dayo: “Congratulations busola.”

@Sirphaya: “Up 3080….uniosun alumni re proud of u.”

@Waliu Adesola: Congratulations Oluwabusola. You have proven to other young girls that if you strive you will achieve.”

@Chidi Amadi: “As in you carry dis 2 year old “warrior” still get mind carry 1st class?”

@Luxury_Carbie: “Congratulations…keep winning.”

@Toyosi S. Adedara: “Congratulations beauty and brain.”

@De Gospel: “Congratulations!!”

@The 13th Uncle: “Congratulations Ma’am.”

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