Joy Bishara, one of the lucky Chibok Girls who survived the terrifying attack and kidnap by Boko Haram, celebrated her graduation from Southeastern University in the United States.
She took to her Facebook account to officially announce her graduation from Southeastern University, expressing her deep appreciation and gratitude to God for seeing her through her college program.
She wrote, “It is official!!! You are looking at your latest graduate!!! Glory be to God”
She bagged a degree in Social Work (BSW) after successfully undergoing a four-year program in the university. As a social worker, she will be using her skills and knowledge to improve the lives of people through counselling and rendering psychosocial assistance.
See photos from her graduations.
Some of her followers have taken to her Facebook page to celebrate her graduating from the University after what she passed through at Chibok. Her life is a loving testimony of God’s grace.
Joy Bishara was among the over 200 Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014. She regained freedom after escaping from the terrorists along with some of her classmates.