With the state of the Nigerian system on a gradual decline, especially in the education sector, it is often considered a big deal when one successfully completes a programme and in flying colours.
This Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as Tolla Okodugha, definitely has cause to celebrate as she recently became a graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun state.
Okodugha graduated with a 4.03 CGPA, which is a Second Class upper. The elated fresh graduate of Public Administration, took to the Twitter platform to share the good news, which was accompanied by beautiful photos of herself.
This is coming shortly after the best graduating student in OAU, identified as Aarinola Olaiya, was honoured by Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti state.
Olaiya, who is an Ekiti state indigene, became the first student in 28 years to have a Distinction in Surgery at the Faculty of Clinical Sciences, in the school.
Still on the academic achievements, two female graduates are currently been celebrated after the broke a First Class 21-year dearth in the English department at the varsity.
Identified as Kehinde Lawal and Roheemah Arogundade, these ladies will definitely be remembered in the history of the Obafemi Awolowo University. The ladies who finished with 4.56 CGPA, have reportedly broken the 21-year dearth First Class dearth in the English department ever since Akinmade Akande, now a professor of English, attained the feat in 1997.
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