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Tailor who wrote JAMB Exam 4 Times Achieves Success in UK, Bags Master’s Degree

Gbenga Adesanya, a young man who earns a living as a tailor on Lagos Island has bagged a masters degree from Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom.

From being a local tailor for 7 years, Gbenga has now added a feather to his cap with his master’s in international fashion management 

His brother, Michael who took to Linkedin to share the academic feat revealed that the tailor had taken JAMB exam 4 times.

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While sharing the inspiring story of Gbenga Michael, he said;

From master of local fashion hustle in Lagos Island to Masters in International Fashion Management from Nottingham Trent University

“When my brother’s name was announced yesterday at his graduation, I could neither clap nor shout like others did. I was soaked in deep emotions and memories. Our road has been rough, Gbenga’s has been rougher. But he’s been super focused and patient with his big dreams.

“Gbenga, thank you for surviving as a still born, thank you writing JAMB 4 times, thank you for being a dedicated local tailor for 7 years. Thank you for showing the world that roadblocks can be stepping stones. Baba Wale must be ”buga-ing” in his grave for taking his name a notch higher in the fashion world. We are proud of you bro!.”

“With God, nothing shall be impossible!”

Reacting to his LinkedIn post, Netizens wrote:

Dr. Makwindi wrote: “Soaked in deep emotions and memories ” you can say that again Brother. That is typical of many of us who come from disadvantaged and vulnerable families. Our parents sacrifice a lot of things for us to go to school but when we make it at the top, at times,they would have since passed on. This is exactly what I went through. Its painful to say the least. Especially when you see others being accompanied by their parents at graduation .thank you for sharing

Adewale Adeniyi wrote: Congratulations. This is what I am talking about. Building career around an area of strength. Lloyd will never struggle to get opportunities.

Ekaette Reginald wrote: A big Congratulations to you Gbenga . I want the LinkedIn Family who are reading these to understand that our Success and Victory in life is LOUDEST and More GLORIOUS by how much we ‘OVERCOME’. It wouldn’t have been this colourful without the hills, mountains and valleys that Gbenga had to Surmount.
Note this, the bigger yo
ur Challenge, the louder your victory. I’m rooting for you not to give up at the face of that storm. Get Up and gird every fibre of your body with Resilient spirit and Ruggedity for your ‘ROYAL ANNOUNCEMENT’.
You will surely be Announced!.
Love you all!.

Olivia Z said: Amen! And that is just the beginning. More is surely on the way! Patience and dedication always go a long way! Refuse to settle at your current success and always thrive for more because with God there is always more. Great job!

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