Meet Habeebah Olayinka who finished university at the top of her class

Meet Habeebah Olayinka who finished university at the top of her class

- Habeeba Olayinka outmatched many at the University of Ibadan as she graduated with a 7.0 CGPA

- The brilliant lady achieved the feat in her masters programme in the school's department of botany

- Habeeba academic achievement is a perfect example that there are geniuses in the country

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A Nigerian lady, Habeeba Olayinka, has shown that Nigeria is talented with many brilliant minds in the country.

Habeeba finished her Master's from the department of botany at the University of Ibadan with an amazing 7.0 CGPAin 2019.

According to Safiyanu Yakubu, she was the best graduating student of her set in 2019.

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A collage of Habeeba and the UI's gate. Photo sources: LinkedIn/Safiyanu Yakubu/UI

A collage of Habeeba and the UI's gate. Photo sources: LinkedIn/Safiyanu Yakubu/UI
Source: UGC

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Kanye West has announced that he is running for president in the upcoming US election slated for 3 November, 2020. The rapper announced his bid to succeed Donald Trump on Twitter on Saturday.

Ever since he made the announcement, people from across the world have shared their views on Kanye's move. Mzansi rapper AKA has also joined the list of people who support the All Of The Lights hitmaker.

AKA told a social media user who was criticising Kanye for treating the election as a "joke" to address Kanye as Dr West.

The star was given an honorary doctorate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015.

Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is also considering running for the presidency following the recent Constitutional Court's ruling.

The court ruled that individual candidates can now contest for the highest office in the land. The Constitutional Court on 11 June ruled that the Electoral Act was unconstitutional.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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