A brilliant Nigerian man who is the firstborn of his parent has celebrated graduating from two Ivy leagues – The University of Oxford and Harvard University, United States.
The man who goes by the name Kingsley Ezeani took to his Linkedin handle to thank his parent for being a source of inspiration to him. He noted that he was accepted into the prestigious Harvard University on a full scholarship as a result of his outstanding performance.
Kingsley has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. After his undergraduate study, he moved to the United States to further his education.
He enrolled for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of Oxford and graduated with several awards to his name. Among the awards he won is Oxford University Innovation Step Incubator among others.
After his Master’s programme, he was awarded a scholarship award for another Master’s Degree, this time a Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Harvard University, Massecheuts, United States.
Kingsley said he graduated from Harvard University against all odds as he was the first in his family to study outside the shores of Nigeria.
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Kingsley narrated that his father told him about Harvard University when he was a kid and after his undergraduate, “passing through the crimson doors of Harvard remained a key goal for me,” he said.
Kingsley also narrated that his time at Harvard University saw him get recognition from the President of the United States, Joe Biden.
“During my time at Harvard, I was honored to win four of the biggest competitions at the school, including the Harvard President’s Innovation Challenge, which came with recognition from President Joe Biden,” he narrated.
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He thanked his parent for supporting him throughout his academic journey. “I owe it all to my parents!” he wrote.