A brilliant Nigerian lady has written her name in the history books after earning a Ph.D at age 25.
The young lady, Priscilla Asikhia, graduated from Babcock University, Osun state, South-Western Nigeria.
While sharing her success story on LinkedIn, Priscilla revealed that it took a lot of hard-work and diligent study spanning over 10 years for her to earn a Ph.D.
She said, “successive 10-year education has given me a grounded knowledge of Educational Research, Administration, and Human Resources.
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Trust me, it hasn’t been easy. Having to combine work and school at a very young age has been tasking, but all glory to God for being with me all the way.”
At age 15, Priscilla gained admission into the university and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration by 19.
Not satisfied yet, she enrolled for a Master’s program in business administration and management, graduating at 22. That same semester she finished her Master’s, she started a Ph.D in human resources and personnel administration.
After completing her doctorate at age 25, Priscilla is her institution’s youngest Ph.D graduate and one of Nigeria’s youngest Doctors of Philosophy.
“I am happy to say that I have just received a Ph.D degree, making me Babcock University’s youngest Ph.D graduate. The achievement belongs entirely to God,” she said.