THAT BROKE 28YEARS RECORD IN OAU/COM
was in secondary school, my principal (Mr. Fadeyi Joseph) use to say something,
he will say that, if you’re beautiful/handsome and you flaunt your
beauty/handsomeness but you have no brain, you’re a generational fool. If
you’re beautiful/handsome and you flaunt it with haughtiness and pride with
sharp brain and intelligence, you’re MADE!
beauty and brain, meet Dr. Aarinola Olaiya Blessing who SLAYED 28 years record
in Obafemi Awolowo University College of Medicine, Ile-Ife having graduated
with 12 distinctions and alongside 17 prizes she took home!
gathered that Blessing’s accomplishment is also a record breaking one. The lady
reportedly broke a 28 years record that has been left UNBROKEN for that long
even before she was born. You see why they say THE BEAUTIFUL ONES ARE NOT YET
awards she got, it is truly glaring that this lady is the true epitome of
beauty and brain. She was spotted in all her pictures smiling beside her
parents who rocked their simple cream lace.
Queens out there, slaying their brains, I hope this serves inspiring to use
their brain to slay records than slay bodies!
About The Author: Adeshile Adekolajo
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