A Nigerian man named, Gbenga Lloyd Adesanya has graduated outstandingly from Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom after spending over 7 years in Nigeria working as a local tailor.
Being a Nigerian man who has lost his father, Gbenga was known to have worked hard as a local tailor for 7 years, making him an expert fashion designer in Sagamu, South-West, Nigeria.
About his outstanding success
His brother, Michael Adesanya took to his LinkedIn profile to celebrate Gbenga on his accomplishment. “Gbenga Lloyd Adesanya – from master of local fashion hustle in Lagos Island to Masters in International Fashion Management from Nottingham Trent University,” Michael wrote on his profile.
Michael added that his brother, Gbenga, who now holds a Masters degree in International Fashion Management has scaled through many hurdles in his life. According to him, Gbenga escaped death when he was young.
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Gbenga, thank you for surviving as a still born, thank you writing JAMB 4 times, thank you for being a dedicated local tailor for 7 years,” Micheal wrote about Gbenga.
Michael further thanked his brother for showing the world that roadblocks can be stepping stones. He added that their father must be really proud of his achievement.
He stated in excitement “Baba Wale must be ”buga-ing” in his grave for taking his name a notch higher in the fashion world. We are proud of you bro,”
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