- A Twitter user has corrected the impression many have about how university degrees make or mar a person
- The lady listed out what her sister was able to achieve despite being a third class degree holder
- Many internet users had mixed reactions to the post she shared
- While many applauded her feat, some others were of the opinion that she got that far because of her tribe
A social media user identified as @volqx on the microblogging platform, Twitter, recently got countered after he made a remark about people that have a CGPA that falls within the ranks of third-class degree classification.
"How can your CGPA be 2.2?" he queried.
@Volqx post had elicited mixed reactions from internet users on the platform, but one lady’s response stood out and caught the attention of many.
The lady identified as Aisha Kabir countered the post by noting that she has a sister who graduated from the university with a third-class degree. However, despite her grade, she got awarded by the French government, got invited by the World Health Organization (WHO) among other impressive achievements.
"Your CGPA doesn’t determine your value and worth. Don’t let tweets like this deter you. Keep pushing!" her post read in part.
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Shortly after the tweet, Kabir’s sister who managed to achieve the feat also rolled out a list of some of her major achievements.
"I am the sister. Sister is me. And the list is as follows: DFID UNICEF WHO AFD FGN I get paid (some on retainer) to share expertise in information systems, digital economy and women inclusion in STEM," the lady tweeted.
See tweet below:
Many Twitter users who were impressed by the tweets had different things to say. Read tweets below:
The lady also shared her story for those that wondered how she managed to achieve such feat despite her degree class.
However, someone seems to think she achieved all these because of her tribe. Identified as Otito Koro, he advised southerners to "borrow themselves brain."
See tweet below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a Nigerian lady, Amarachi Osuji, who shared her academic success that was filled with many challenges.
Amarachi had to switch from medicine to engineering after three years in a Hungarian university. In the end, she graduated well from engineering with a first-class degree of 4.9 CGPA.
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