Sunday, 17 May 2015

LIB reader makes history at Tulane University, USA. (photos)

An ardent LIB reader Mbaebie Nkechi Chiugo yesterday became the first ever international student to be named the commencement speaker/valedictorian at Tulane university school of Public Health, New Orleans, USA which is one of America's oldest and best school of Public Health.

This school is a predominantly white school with the population being about 95 % Caucasian. Nkechi graduated yesterday with a Masters's in Public Health with a perfect GPA of 4.0. She studied Medicine and Surgery at ESUT College of Medicine, Enugu and was sworn in in 2011. She left Nigeria in 2013 for this Masters program and yesterday made history and wanted to share her story with the rest of us to inspire us to reach for greatness and cover more grounds. Nkechi pictured above with her family, friends and classmates. Big congrats to her. More photos after the cut...







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