Young lady makes history, graduates with 1st class in economics

Young lady makes history, graduates with 1st class in economics

- Social activist, Kayode Ogundamisi, has shared the impressive story of an African lady who beat a 43-year-old record at the University of Jos

- The young lady, identified as Victory Onya Njah, shattered glass ceilings when she graduated from the department of economics with a first class

- It is said that she is the first student in 43 years to achieve such result as the department has never produced a first-class graduate

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A young lady identified as Victory Onya Njah has made herself and many others proud after graduating from the University of Jos (UniJos) with a first class.

Social activist, Kayode Ogundamisi, shared the news on Twitter where he revealed the most impressive detail about Victory's feat. According to him, the economics department since its inception in UniJos had never produced any first class candidate.

However, Njah, has broken the 43-year record as she bagged a first class in the department of economics. Many showered her with congratulations for being a true slay queen with beauty and brains.

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Many social media users have praised the young lady for being a beacon of hope and a source of inspiration to young girls out there.

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Still on firsts, a woman recently broke a record that has been in place since the introduction of the Nigerian currency.

The woman, identified as Priscilla Ekwere Eleje, became the first female to sign on the 1 000 naira note.

Eleje broke this record 61 years after the introduction of Nigerian currency. She is also the first female director of currency operations at the Central Bank of Nigeria.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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