It was a shower of encomiums as United Kingdom based Nigerian mom of three adorable kids wrapped up her academic program in style.
Eulogies were pouring in on this woman of virtue who relishes her exceptional African beauty in her without losing her sense of decency, culture and morals.
Adebimpe Olufunmilayo Oduneye fondly called Adunni by her admirers was no doubt the cynosure of all eyes as she led other graduates to the podium as they had their glorious moment heralding the end of their academic program at De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom.
While speaking admirably of the majestic African dance steps set by her during their graduation, another UK based Kenyan national, Kudzayi Muchegwa who spoke glowingly of her rare attributes attested to the fact that she’s indeed a pride to womanhood and Africa as a continent while her European contemporaries were not left out as they praise her courageous and exemplary leadership charisma exhibited by her during their academic program at the prestigious university, thereby wishing her the best in her future endeavor.
While reacting to the show of love by her former course mates, she stated that whatever feat she achieved would not have been possible but for God Almighty and her mates whose cooperation spurred her to succeed especially Kudzayi Muchengwa fondly referred to as Kudzi, who has always been there for her, supporting her tremendously during her trying times. She therefore congratulated her on her well deserved success and wish her well in her future undertakings.
While making her final remarks, she stated that the success story would not be complete without the mention of an Ilorin based Tosin Olayanju whose valuable contribution was not deterred by distance.
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