- Ewerechukwu Favour Asaka has emerged as the best graduating student of Covenant University after finishing with a perfect CGPA of 5.0
- The 21-year-old lady, who is a graduate of Computer Science, is the second student to ever achieve a total CGPA of 5.0 from the institution
- Covenant University, which had its 16th convocation ceremony on Friday, October 22, produced 216 first class graduates in the 2020/2021 academic session
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A 21-year-old Nigerian lady identified as Ewerechukwu Favour Asaka has emerged as the best graduating student of Covenant University.
In a video shared on YouTube, Covenant University had its 16th convocation ceremony, on Friday, October 22, in which 216 students bagged first class degrees.
Ewerechukwu, who bagged a degree in Computer Science, was the valedictorian of the 2020/2021 academic session.
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The young lady is the second student to graduate with a perfect CGPA of 5.0 after Motunrayo Ajia, who finished from the Department of Petroleum Engineering in the 2018/2019 academic session.
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Ewerechukwu and Motunrayo have one thing in common: both made their academic feats at the age of 21.
Lady bags first class degree from Covenant University
Legit.ng previously reported that a young Nigerian lady, Paula-Peace James-Okoro, took to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her success as she finished from Covenant University with a 4.98/5.0 CGPA.
Finishing with a first-class in Biochemistry, the lady thanked God for making her an overcomer through her study period in the varsity.
Sharing how very grateful she is about it all, the lady said that bagging a degree is the beginning of the many things to come.
Young man celebrates bagging PhD scholarship in the US, shares adorable photos
Earlier, Briefly News reported that a young man identified as Emmanuel Osuagwu has taken to social media to celebrate his win after bagging a scholarship for his PhD in Materials Science at Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, United States.
Taking to his LinkedIn page, Emmanuel said his success was made possible by God who provided him with mentors, sponsors and advisors at each stage of the process.
In his words:
"Reflecting on where it all started, my first point of reference occurred in 2018 with my Laboratory Manager, Mr. Emmanuel Okuhon at Mobil Oil Apapa.