- A Nigerian lady has done herself proud with her stellar academic achievements
- The lady identified as Basirat Rufai recorded distinction in all her courses and finished with a near-perfect CGPA of 6.9/7.0
- She also emerged the overall best graduating student in pharmacy as far as the school's 2018/2019 academic session is concerned
Basirat Rufai is, at the moment, in a class of her own. The young lady's academic pursuit at the University of Ibadan ended on a very high note as she finished in a majestic fashion.
Basirat, who read pharmacy, emerged the overall best graduating student in the 2018/2019 academic year that were recently graduated by the institution.
The brainy lady also bagged distinctions in all her pharmacy courses and topped her amazing academic feats with an almost-perfect CGPA of 6.9 in a 7.0 grading system - a first-class honour.
In a post made on Monday, February 8, 2021, on Linkedln, Basirat said she is proud of herself and went on to appreciate God for his unending support to her quest for academic excellence.
She also praised her family, loved ones and lecturers for being with her in each step of the journey.
"It is only by God's grace.
"Allow me to re-introduce myself...
"Meet Pharmacist Basirat Rufai (B. Pharm. First Class Honours) with a CGPA of 6.9/7.0
"Also, the Overall Best Graduating Student of the 2018/2019 set.
"Bagged Distinctions in all pharmacy courses.
"Special appreciation goes to Almighty God for His unending support. Also, my parents, family, lecturers, classmates and friends who assisted me in this journey.
"I must say I am proud of myself baby girl."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a Nigerian lady who won it big as she became the best graduating student in corporate law.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @_omobanjo, who is part of those that were recently called to bar, took to Twitter to share the good news.
She shared some adorable photos which she captioned:
"God shows up and then shows out! BEST STUDENT IN CORPORATE LAW AND PRACTICE, Top 10 of 1700+ students. No words, Just God!"
Source: Legit Newspaper