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Young Man Gets Admitted into the Best University in London, Recalls How Parents Forced Him to Read Oil and Gas

David Adefunmilayo, a young Nigerian man took to social media to celebrate his admission into the best university in London.

He said that his parents forced him to study oil and gas at the Petroleum Training Institute Nigeria after seeing his passion for academics.

However, his genuine passion was to set up his own organization when he get to year 4 at the University of Lagos.

He has now gotten admission into the University College, London.
The excited entrepreneur and climate change advocate took to LinkedIn to share the good news.

David who started an organization called Efico Edtech Resources in his 400 level at the University of Lagos, said that he was the best student while he was in secondary school and he graduated with 8 distinctions in the WAEC exam.

According to him, his academic passion made his parents force him to study oil and gas at the Petroleum Training Institute Nigeria, where he had 12 A’s and 1B at the entry-level and graduated with first-class and second-best in the department.

He also added that he had previously gotten a fully funded scholarship to the Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University.

According to 4ICU and QS Top Universities Ranking, University College London (UCL) is the best higher institution in London at the current period, and the young Nigerian man was excited to get in.

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