Young Man Breaks 9 Year Old Record as He Graduates 1st Class, Shares his almost Perfect Results

Young Man Breaks 9 Year Old Record as He Graduates 1st Class, Shares his almost Perfect Results

  • A young Nigerian man has celebrated graduating from the university with an almost perfect CGPA
  • Atabor Hamza Adenoyi finished from the department of electronics and telecommunications engineering in Ahamdu Bello University, Zaria with a 4.83 CGPA
  • Adenoyi's stellar result meant he has shattered a 9-year-old record that had stood since the department was established

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History has been made in the department of electronics and telecommunications engineering at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria as a young man bagged a first-class degree in style.

The smart man identified as Atabor Hamza Adenoyi graduated with a CGPA of 4.83 in a 5.0 grading system.

Reactions as young man finishes from prestigious Nigerian university with an almost perfect CGPA, shows off his result
He made history in style Photo Credit: @hamzayn
Source: UGC

Celebrating his academic feat on Twitter, Adenoyi appreciated God for achieving the best result in the department.

Going by a statement on the department's website which put its establishment year in 2013, Adenoyi has just shattered a nine-year-old record with his achievement.

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He eyes MIT

The young man expressed his desire to go for a master's degree at the prestigious The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) US.

He summed his experience at school as moving from where he was to where he wanted to be.

In his words:

"If I were asked to define the entirety of my experience, I would say that I am focused on development, moving from where I am to where I want to be."

Adenoyi revealed that he had actually switched departments at the age of 17 and in his second year at the university.

''At 17, I left the department of Biological sciences in my 2nd year to pursue a degree in engineering, after setting my mind straight to explore my hidden potentials. It wasn't easy to begin with, but the determination to keep going gave me the push I needed in those moments,'' he said.

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Nigerians celebrate him

@political_engnr stated:

"Sir, @yammama you have been an amazing guide to me in the past years. I wish to kindly draw your attention here to a colleague of ours who dreams to study in your great Alma mater. Sir, your guidance will surely better his chances. Thank you."

@IbrahimBobboi remarked:

"The guy is genius. May the Sky be your limits bro. Keep on succeeding as you progress higher in your academic pursuit."

@baffahmad opined:

"Go get that MIT MSc. bro. Please give it a shot. Getting into ivy league is not that difficult with your grade. Funding for masters is a bit difficult, but PhD is more available. You can go straight to PhD if you want. Check out EduUSA for guide and do little research."

@ialikasim wrote:

"Congratulations, Hamza. May Allah bless you and your certificate. May He also help you fulfill your beautiful dreams. Tabarakallah masha Allah."

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Matriculant gifted r10k for achieving impressive 7 distinctions

Briefly News previously reported on Damon Harmse received a massive R10 000 for getting an impressive seven distinctions. The teenager posed for images that were shared on Twitter by his cousin. It seems the brainy young man received money from Standard Bank as a prize.

Social media users are showering young Damon with congratulatory messages for his absolutely outstanding achievement. Damon's highest mark, according to his matric results certificate, was 94% for Information Technology.

Damon's overall average works out to 88%, with his lowest mark being a massive 81% for Physical Sciences.

Source: Briefly News

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