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Young Nigerian celebrates as she graduates from university at 17

A young Nigerian girl has sparked reactions after she took to social media to celebrate her academic milestone.

Damilola, in a post on her Twitter account, celebrated her graduation from the university at 17.

She shared photos of herself rocking her graduation gown, but did not disclose the name of the school she finished from.

The young lady simply captioned the images; ”Graduated at 17”

Twitter users expressed doubt that Damilola is actually 17 years old, some said she even looked 25. But some others felt that she should still be congratulated irrespective of what her true age is.

Checkout some comments from social media users…

Source :CorrectNG

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Egbo Egbo

It’s very possible in countries where there’s uninterrupted school calendar…. not in Naija where JAMB will be written three to four times before….

Joseph Olaitan

What is strange in graduating at 17. If she attend university in Europe where a BSc is run for three years or a franchophone country where BSc is run for three years, why is it impossible. Because lifeis hard on you doesnt mean it should be difficult for others. If she was born in year 2004,she can finish primary school at 8 or 9 years and spend five years in secondary school by writing neco or gce while.in SSS 2. Add 9+5= 14. She can use the neco or waec result she obtain in SSS 2 to gain admission into… Read more »

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