Nigerian Becomes 1st Black Person To Bag PhD In Biomedical Engineering @University Of Saskatchewan

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June 9, 2017 – Pictures: Nigerian Lady, Adeola Olubamiji Becomes First Black Person To Bag PhD In Biomedical Engineering At University Of Saskatchewan In Canada

Meet Adeola Olubamiji, a Nigerian lady who made history as the first person of colour to complete a PhD programme in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon Canada.

The 33-year-old lady who currently works as a Lead Addictive Engineer at Burloak Technologies Inc in Dundas Ontario became an internet sensation when the highly motivational transcript of her graduation speech hits the web few days ago.

Adeola had a very humble background. She was the daughter of a pepper seller in Mokola Ibadan. As early as 10, she hawked pepper to help her mother raise money to feed the family.

She grew up to become a very brilliant student who graduated from Olabisi Onabanjo University with second class upper. She then proceeded to Finland for her Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering and after completion she got accepted into a PhD program at the University of Saskatchewan with 4-year scholarship.

See how she narrated her inspirational grass to grace story on her graduation day below:

See photos taken on her graduation day below…..

She is indeed an inspiration to all. Adeola’s story is an encouragement that where there is a will, there is always a way.

9 thoughts on “Nigerian Becomes 1st Black Person To Bag PhD In Biomedical Engineering @University Of Saskatchewan

  1. God bless. And for putting God first and giving Him the glory for your achievements, you will always be a super shining STAR!

  2. Emotional. May God keep and continue to love you. You are special and blessed. Another great Nigerian.

  3. Congratulations ma, I pray untimely death will nt snatch u away from us. proud of u sis. I claim my own success in a big way ijn.

  4. Used your story to encourage Christian women in Mokola,Ibadan today. That they must not lose hope, believing their children can raise them from the dust. Deola, you are an Inspiration.

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