“All our Master’s of Law Graduands are Nigerians,” – Canadian Varsity

A Dean, Ian Holloway at the University of Calgary (UCalgary) in Alberta, Canada, has announced that all recent Master of Laws graduands from the institution are Nigerians.

The Dean shared the news on Twitter and further revealed that the nine students graduated yesterday May 30. 

He tweeted; “This is cool. We have 9 students graduating with their LLMs today. All are Nigerian! ?@ProfXtian @NigeriaGov.”

Some reactions to the tweet:

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@Dannyounge wrote: Congratulations to them all. Keep making Nigeria proud

@pauladepoju wrote: Nigeria will shock the world when it gets the right leadership that can provide all that is needed to unlock and maximize the full potentials of the country’s unimaginably talented citizens, especially the youth.

@fysamandyou wrote: Nigerians are changing the narratives across the word positively. I wonder why the press miss out on the good things but tends to portray the 2% negatives.

@Timiofak wrote: We are crossing the border and moving mountains. They hate Nigerians because of what we do. Our kids in the next generation are going to be the revolution, black, intelligent and industrious.

@BankolePh wrote: Give Nigerians a chance, they compete very well. I just wish Nigeria creates an environment where we can all benefit from the immense pool of talents and brains we have across the nation.

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