Don-Pedro Ume: Nigerian man graduates with 4.82 CGPA, gets many awards

Don-Pedro Ume: Nigerian man graduates with 4.82 CGPA, gets many awards

- A young Nigerian man with the name Don-Pedro Ume has graduated from OAU in flying colours with a CGPA of 4.82

- On his graduation day, he got many awards, one of which is the Pharmacist Council of Nigeria honour for the best graduating student

- Ume appreciated God, his lecturers, parents, and friends for their contributions and how they helped him achieve his dream

Determination always achieves dreams. A young Nigerian man with the name Don-Pedro Ume has bagged a degree from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ife, in pharma*cy in a grand style.

He was able to do so with a CGPA of 4.82 out of the total 5.0. In his post on LinkedIn, he said he could not have expected a greater outcome.

To honour his outstanding academic performance, he was given the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria Award as the best graduating student in OAU.

A graduate of OAU, he said he is very much pleased with the way he bagged his degree. Photo source: LinkedIn

A graduate of OAU, he said he is very much pleased with the way he bagged his degree. Photo source: LinkedIn
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In addition to that, he also got the Pharmac*eutical Society of Nigeria - Young Pharmacist Group Award for the overall best pharma*cy student.

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Ume said he appreciates God’s strength in his life, while adding that his lecturers, parents, and friends where all instrumental to his enviable growth.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that when faced with great odds, nothing in life inspires like a person’s will to succeed.

While it is true nothing is too big to conquer, an unmatchable thirst for success is important. A black American lady, Sotonye, shared a moving story with the Humans of New York on how she got into medical school despite the many obstacles on her way.

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She said she had always dreamed of being a doctor since she was little, at a time there were no many female African American doctors around.

Sotonye said that she did not allow her failures in subjects like Chemistry and people’s opinion to stop her as she soldiered on.

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Getting into medical school was not an easy ride as she lost money and had to cope with working 20 hours a week! Despite the fact that she had spent a huge amount of $2200 (N807,400) on applications, she failed several times.

She said she later enrolled herself into a master’s program just to prove that she could study medicine and again took the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).

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