SATURDAY- 20th November, 2021: The President of Confraternity of Christian mothers, St Gabriel Catholic Church Parish Mokola and Assistant Chief Statistician of the National Bureau of Statistics, Ibadan, Oyo State, Dr. Mrs Francisca Chinonye Nwoke recently celebrated her Doctorate Degree Convocation from the prestigious University of Ibadan.
The beautiful occasion which took place at Chief Julius Nwoke’s Compound, 7,Mufutau Omotosho Lane, Owala Community , Unity Ologuneru, Ibadan, Oyo state and not the University’s main hall due to Covid-19 restrictions, had in attendance family members, friends and well wishers of the well respected celebrant.
Most of the attendees were full of accolades while describing the celebrant as they prayed for greater achievements for her.
Supervisor to the celebrant, Dr. Osowale Oyedeji while commending her said. “She dedicated, commited and ever willing to learn. There were times I quarrelled with her in the course of supervising her but she never took offence because she always had the end in sight.
“ I congratulate her and wish her more successes in life endeavours.”
Chief Julius Nwoke, the celebrants husband described his wife as a loving woman who hes really proud of the fact that he supported her all through.
“ I feel very great because it has been a tremendous success for me seeing her through up to this point, so I give God the glory.”
On the milestone achieved by his wife, Chief Julius said, “I am not intimidated in anyway, Instead I feel stronger and more motivated to do more knowing that my wife is a PhD holder.
“It gingers me to do more in my business pursuit.”
“I feel great to have supported all through in the last 10 years of her study.”
The celebrant, Dr Mrs.Nwoke, while speaking to CEOAFRICA, expressed her joy and gratitude over the feat achieved.
“ I am delighted and excited, for this to be celebrated in my life goes to show the goodness and faithfulness of God in my life.
“God grace saw me through my years in University of Ibadan, the journey wasn’t easy but by his grace today we are celebrating Gods faithfulness.
“My PhD work was dedicated to God, I started in UI since 2003, from the days of my Masters Degree so you see it wasn’t easy for me but I give God all the glory.”
As the University of Ibadan holds its Convocation Ceremony and Founders’ Day Events this November, she will be among the 7000 graduates that will be receiving degrees.
This was contained in a release made available to CEOAFRICA. It stated that because of