God Is So Good and Can Be Trusted – Fejiro Edewor

Fejiro Edewor

I did my M.Sc screening before I finished NYSC and was supposed to resume in February 2019 (Omega semester). When I came home in October 2018, about 5weeks after the resumption, my dad said I shouldn’t wait and I also didn’t want to wait, although the fee was not yet available. He took me to the HODs office, guided me in writing my letter, and followed me to the Dean PG school office.

I remember vividly that day, in trying to convince the Dean to let me resume although I had missed classes and tests, my dad said “She would finish with a first-class and she would top the department”. When we now came out popsi was now telling me that shey I heard what he said, so I should read oo.

I was writing my first-semester examination when my dad went to be with the Lord, in fact, I had an exam that morning. But God has been the faithful God He is, the result came out and it was a good one. A lot of things happened all through the period of the masters but with God, on my side, I came out stronger.

So where do I start from?

Is it in the provision of the fees both before and after dad went to be with the Lord?

Or is it in the fact that if I had waited till February I might not have been able to do my masters?

Or is it God’s mercy that although I dropped badly in my 3rd semester, I still came out with a first-class result, and like my dad said, I topped the department?

Or that I got a job even before my Convocation?

God is so super good and I’m so super grateful.

A very big thank you to my Dad and Mum, siblings, mentors, friends and neighbors.

Very big thanks to my lecturers, to Dr. Salau, Dr. Ibidunni and my fantastic supervisor, Prof Adeniji. I am so so grateful.

We did it, Abba.

2nd degree,

2nd first class,

2nd time best graduating student in the department

Super grateful because God is super faithful

On to the next by God’s grace

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