- A man named Chijoke Ukomadu has finished his first degree at Afe Babalola University in a grand style as he got first class
- The law graduate also revealed he got seven awards that recognised his academic feats in the institution
- Many people congratulated him, saying he really was prepared to win it all
A young man, Chijoke Ukomadu, has taken to Twitter to celebrate his academic achievement of bagging first class honours.
The man said he made the feat in law from the Afe Babalola University. Not only that, he also got the Prof Samaranda Olarinde Prize for the Best Male Graduating Student.
Chijoke was also the best in the law of commercial transaction, commercial law, and legal practice.
The new graduate gave himself a photoshoot and the results were beautiful. The photos had him dressed in a suit and graduation gown.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his post has more about 5,000 likes with 1,000 retweets. Below are some of the reactions:
"Congrat ....in all this my prayer for you is to get a good job to make all this worthy cos dis nigeria ehn get as e be."
"Congratulations. God continue to make you fly higher and higher in Jesus Name. Well done."
"The thing about this kind of student is that they will not take one prize and go home. Na all of the award dem long throat for."
"Congratulations bro. You're the epitome of brilliant, may you continue to break positive records. I don't really know you but am very happy for you."
"Congratulations CJ. We are so proud of your accomplishments and that of your bro in Economics. You guys did very great! Congratulations once again."
"Pack it all!! Congratulations!! Your shoes are very nice. I’m happy for you."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Jide Sanya, whom Davido paid his school fees many years ago finally made it in his academics.
He did not only graduate, Jide made a first class. On March 8, Jide tagged Davido on Twitter and reminded him of the good thing he did.
Jide also used the opportunity to appreciate those who contributed their quota to ensure that he got a university degree.
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