Content Creator, Gilmore graduates with BSc in Chemistry

Fast-rising Nigerian skit-maker, Muhammed Gilmore has bagged a bachelor’s degree from the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

The online comedian announced via his Twitter page on Wednesday, January 24 that he graduated with a BSc in Chemistry.

Gilmore graduates from with Chemistry

Gilmore shared some photos of himself rocking his graduation gown and he gave glory to Allah for his latest academic feat.

He captioned; “B.S.C CHEMISTRY🎉 🎉 GLORY BE TO ALLAH 🙏❤️”

Fans congratulated the talented skit-maker and wished him well in his future endeavours.

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@sir_obafoluke wrote; How were you dropping skits and scattering chemistry in UNILAG bro??????🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

@iyapo_eniola; Omooo… You be boss oo 😲 Na chemistry you dey study and you still dey drop premium contents for us on a steady 💯🙌🏾🙌🏾

@ElonChapo; Congratulations Ogunmepon You will get what you deserve 🔥👍

@Georgebabss; Congratulations Gilmore, cheers to more skit making🎉

@ThePeakSanti; Every Chemistry students have the same skin color.. Congratulations bro

In another news…

A first class graduate of Petroleum Engineering, Gabriel Eze, who used plumbing work to train himself through college has opened up on his plans.

CorrectNG reported last December that the young man emerged the best graduating student from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) Imo state in 2023.

Eze said that whether he bagged a first class or not, he would alway be a plumber, and his decision would never have been based on his academic performance.

He said; “Not graduating with a first-class (degree) doesn’t mean failure. Even people with third-class degrees are still working with it, provided they’re focused, diligent, and can prove their worth, though I will always be a plumber.”

On what motivated him to pursue a degree in Petroleum Engineering, Eze said; When I was in primary school, I was good at mathematics. I grew up in a small town. I had older siblings who were in the university and some were graduates as of that time. So most often, in December, most of them came back for Christmas and made us understand that for one to be successful in engineering, one had to be good at Math.