A young Nigerian man named Samuel Nwaobi has bagged a master’s degree from Georgia southern university in the United States with an outstanding 4.00/4.00-Grade Point Average. He also recently finished his residency and became a certified doctor in America.
Samuel Nwaobi obtained his Master’s degree in public health (Epidemiology MPH) from Georgia Southern University in the United States with a 4.00 cumulative grade point.
He took to his LinkedIn to announce his success, saying he combined studies with work. He also said that he lost friends because of his busy schedule but in all, he is grateful to earn not just his master’s degree but also win notable awards.
‘’It’s been a crazy two years combining a Master of Public Health Program (Epidemiology) at Georgia Southern University, with working and completing my Medical Board Certification,” Samuel said.
”Stretched every single fiber of my slender body and tiny eyes. Lost friends because of my schedule. Now I’m graduating with an MPH and a 4.0/4.0 GPA, winner of the Graduate Poster Award, and inducted as a member of honor societies,” he added.
He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Medicine (M.B.B.S) from the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Nigeria where he finished with distinction.
Samuel is a resident doctor at Columbus Regional Health, Georgia in the United States. He recently finished his residency program as a medical doctor and has now been certified to work in any hospital in America.
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He shared the achievement on his Twitter page calling himself a certified board physician.
He also described his graduation ceremony as an emotional one, mentioning that he faced a health challenge in the course of becoming while having his residency program.
‘’I’m officially a Board Certified Physician! Residency graduation was emotional, So many memories, 3 yrs of COVID! . Up next fellowship! #FMRevolution,’’ he wrote.
Samuel also shared that he received numerous awards at his graduation which include the Resident of the Year award, Teacher of the Year, and the academic excellence awards.
Incredibly grateful to be recognized with awards; Resident of the Year, STFM Teacher of the Year & Academic Excellence Awards
Samuel was one of the 12 individuals out of 4665 that won the American Academy of Family Physicians Award of Excellence in Graduate Medical Education, an award that honors commendable residents for their outstanding leadership, civic involvement, exemplary patient care, and aptitude for and interest in family medicine.