- A bright Nigerian lady, Amina Walida Baba-Ari, has shared her academic success story of how she bagged a first class on Twitter
- The lady's story got mixed reactions from tweeps as some believed she got the honour because she attended a private school
- People who understood the hard work that went into getting such a feat irrespective of the university praised her
A young Nigerian lady, Amina Walida Baba-Ari, is happy with her academic achievement and shared her success story.
The lady said that she graduated top 1% of her class with a first-class degree from Nile University in Nigeria.
Sharing photos of the graduation and the awards she got, it could be seen that she was among the three best graduating students in the institution. Her joy was without bound as she jubilated.
See her post below:
Many people congratulated the lady for making it big in school as they wished her well.
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered over 7,000 likes with more than 1,000 retweets.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"How do you people do this first-class thing?"
"First class in private university??? Its VERY VERY EASY."
"Congratulations , This might not be as easy as people think it is, moreover nobody cares about what you go through but the result. No matter what you’ve been through you have made it with a distinction,the best out of the best,You’ll never regret all these moment of hard work..."
"Were are the slay queens.. Come and see how your mate has made her family proud."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, celebrated herself after pushing hard and achieving a great academic feat.
In a short post on LinkedIn, the lady rejoiced as she announced that she has now officially graduated with a first class in economics.
Aishat said that she finished from Elizade University in Ondo state with a CGPA of 3.86/4.0. As proof that she is not just hyping herself, the lady attached her result page to the post.