Brilliant Nigerian Lady bags two degrees in Medicine from two different US universities, celebrates achievement
A brilliant Nigerian Lady, Janet Omole has graduated from Allsaints University College of Medicine, Dominica, United States as a Medical Doctor after a full 12-year journey to achieve her dream.
Janet started her higher academic journey in 2011 at the Houdegbe North American University (HNAUB), Benin, West Africa where she bagged a degree in Pre-Medicine and Pre-Medical studies.
She proceeded to the American University Of St Vincent School of Medicine, United States where she bagged a Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Medicine. Janet did not stop there, she enrolled for another Doctor of Medicine Degree at the Allsaints University College of Medicine where she bagged another Medicine Degree.
Celebrating her feat on Linkedin, Janet noted that it took her 12 years of her life to get to this point. “I will definitely hold on to all lessons learned thus far and also be an extension of blessing to humanity,” she wrote.
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Janet who can now be proudly called a Medical Doctor announced that shortly after her graduation, she has been gainfully employed to start her career as a Doctor.
“You can officially call me Doctor Omole. I started my job as a medical doctor in the United States. God did it,” she said.
She thanked God and her family and friends for supporting her throughout her academic journey. “To family and friends, you played a pivotal role in this journey and I am indeed grateful. Once again, Mum and Dad, this is for you! I am happy to have made you both proud,” she added.