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Monday, 10 July 2017

31-year-old Nigerian lady who just graduated from medical school in the USA shares her testimony of perseverance after her course advisor told her to give up

Instagram user, Waletejumade who just qualified as a doctor in America shared this inspiring story of her perseverance in the face of discouragement. She didn't give up even when her course advisor, a woman whom she looked up to told her she wasn't going to make it. Read her inspiring story after the cut...


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

She didn't just qualify as a doctor o. She qualified years ago. She just became an orthopaedic surgeon.

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Congrats to her

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Say no to No

Anonymous said...

Testimony, thank God

Marian Ohakweh said...

My dear don't mind them. It's all because they don't want you to get there, that's why they discouraged you. You are very inspiring

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Gay Anonymous said...

Ahn ahn.


She's being a Doc for 6 years fa!

She's now an orthopaedic consultant- bone specialist in lay terms fa!!!

Linda take note pls

Ada said...

LIB come on!!! She just finished a year of fellowship! This is after 5 years of orthopedic surgery residency, which she did after medical school!
Your writers and researchers really need to spend time before posting stuff. Too many inaccuracies being posted any how!! This is ridiculous!!!

Anonymous said...

How i wish 50% of Nigerian girls are this ambitious. But sadly these days, most of them are interested in landing the hottest guy in town and probably hooking him with a baby or probably getting a sugar daddy that will foot her bills. I jusr dont knw wen it got this bad but there is a serious problem with our youths in Nigeria today. They live only for the present forgeting about the future. Bad things quickly become wat should be emulated. We youths really need to place our focus on what really matters which is getting an education and changing the world to a better place by rendering our talents in which ever way possible. To raise responsible adults that can carry on where we left off. How i wish many will see this issue as i am seeing it. We need re evaluate our lives as youths, especially nigerian youths.

Uchenna Okorie said...

congrats to her. Perseverance yes perseverance. Even the person who told her "No" will help to sing of her Glory

Dr K said...

in fact Linda, i'm angry. As a freshly graduated doctor, i cant even lace this woman's boots. And you're putting her in my shoes?? do you know what she has gone through?? As a woman in orthopedic surgery, where operations are like in a carpenter's workshop...men are more favoured. Infact, you better delete this post andtype a better heading because this woman is goals and I wont stand for this disrespect. I'm not even a female oh

Anonymous said...

The glory of God is all over you all the days of your long, beautiful and prosperous life. Congratulations Surgeon! God bless you.

Anonymous said...

This is Dr Lattisha Bilbrew, Orthopaedic Surgeon subspecialising in Upper Extremity Surgery. She is African-American by birth. Her Facebook page - https://m.facebook.com/lattisha.rowe.9?tsid=0.9205513537057362&source=typeahead

Vivian Reginalds said...

OK
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

Praise Jesus!!

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