Young African Lady graduates as a Mechanical Engineer with honours, celebrates exceptional success

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Young African Lady graduates as a Mechanical Engineer with honours, celebrates exceptional success



A brilliant Lady from South Africa named Ayanda Dimba has earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Ayanda Dimba was celebrated by her friend, Yolokazi Rono, on her graduation day. “Ayanda Dimba congratulations on obtaining your degree. You celebrated with me when it was my turn, you cherished my moment and celebrated with me every moment of it,” Yolokazi wrote on LinkedIn.

Ayanda Dimba shared pictures of her graduation day, thanking God for making her success possible. Her post attracted a lot of reactions from well-wishers, who poured in congratulatory messages on her achievement.

In another story, a young and brilliant Ghanian lady named Monica Nancy Candny has celebrated graduating with first-class honours as Marine Engineer.

Monica who attended the Regional Maritime University, Ghana, West Africa bagged her Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Engineering. She revealed through her Linkedin profile that she graduated with flying colours having bagged a first-class degree.

“Today I have graduated with first-class honor in BSc Marine Engineering, I am grateful to God. If were not for God where could I have been?,” she wrote.

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Monica had earlier attended the Liberia Maritime Training Institute (LMTI), Liberia to bag an Associate Degree in Marine/Electrical Engineering before proceeding for her Bachelor’s Degree.

Monica gave thanks to the Liberia Maritime Authority, Liberia’s international ship and Corporate registries, and Liberia Maritime Training Institute.

She also thanked her family for the contributions to her success. “My family, my mentors, Linkedin friends and everyone who contributed to my success. Thanks, for making me who I am today,” she wrote.





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