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Man who bagged First Class in Three Courses at age 22 celebrates bagging PhD from Oxford University

Reginald Aziza is a talented and intelligent young man that has three separate first-class honours before the age of 22. His recent achievement is bagging a Ph.D. from his dream University.

Resorting to his LinkedIn timeline, Reginald shared that on Friday, October 1, 2021, his desire for many years to earn the title of a doctor came to pass as he graduated from the University of Oxford.

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He ADDEadded that it took three years of relentless work to achieve his doctorate and has the guidance and support of mentors, sponsors, teachers, friends, family and supervisors to thank.

Dr Aziza extended his utmost appreciation to his father, who, according to him, laid the foundation of academic excellence.

In the past, the young man has also been in the news for acquiring three first-class degrees before the age of 22.

The report indicated that Reginald sat for his Junior School Certificate Examination at the of 12 and excelled at it.

The young man gained admission to read law at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) and graduated as the best law student from his Faculty.

He then went on to the Nigeria Law School and finally to Cambridge University for a Master of Corporate Law degree until his recent attainment of a doctorate from the University of Oxford

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