Former school drop out emerges best student with a GPA of 4.97

Former school drop out emerges best student with a GPA of 4.97

- Michael Agbojo is currently being celebrated on social media for his focus, hard work and dedication towards his education

- According to reports, he had dropped out of another university when his parents were unable to pay his tuition fees

- He graduated from Babcock university with a high GPA of 4.97

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With dedication and focus, nothing is impossible and this reflects in the life of Michael Agbojo who, despite the numerous curve balls life threw at him, stood through it all and came out a winner.

Michael describes his academic feat as a 'humbling experience' and revealed that it was tough for him while in school due to the several challenges but God came through for him.

The graduate of Christian Religious Studies stated that he almost dropped out of school due to inability to pay his fees.

Briefly.co.za learned that he was a student of Computer/Electronic student in Lead City University but had to drop out after his parents’ business partnership went wrong, thus making them unable to pay his tuition fee.

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Michael further revealed that while in Babcock, he ran on scholarship until it was withdrawn due to the organisation's inability to carry on.

From there up until he graduated, he lived on the good will of his pastors and professors until his graduation.

The First Class graduate also threw more light into his dark times. According to him, he began to do rap music and was convinced into making secular music.

However, just at the point when he was ready to go fully into it, he found love and peace with God, hence his decision to study Christian Religious Studies.

Amazing!

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