- Nigerians are known for hard work and brilliance, and Amina Baba-Ari has further proven this
- The young lady graduated with a first class degree in Biotechnology from Nile University of Nigeria
- Amina took to social media to celebrate her win and Nigerians have reacted to the lady's achievement
- In recent times, Nigerians have been showing the world that brilliant minds abound in every nook and cranny of this country
Nigerians on social media have celebrated a young lady identified as Amina Baba-Ari who bagged a first class degree in Biotechnology.
Recall that Legit.ng previously reported that the young lady received two awards after graduating with a CGPA of 4.96 from her alma mater, Nile University of Nigeria.
After Legit.ng shared the ladies' success on Facebook, some Nigerians congratulated her while others were not impressed because she graduated from a private university.
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Offixial Patrick wrote:
"Congratulating a first class graduate in a private University? She should try Uniben or Unical naaa."
Abubakar Koko commented:
"First class degree certificate at private University is equivalent to second class upper degree certificate at Federal government University, that's fair and justice."
Samuel Owhokwu wrote:
"I congratulate you young lady, more strength to your elbow. I also tap from your grace."
Christian Amadi reacted:
"Congrats dear. It's good to see a fellow Biotechnologist bag First Class Honours. Nanotech to the world dear."
In similar news, a Nigerian woman identified as Oluwalayomi Onipede has taken to social media to celebrate her win after bagging a master's degree in Applied and Environmental Physiology.
Sharing some adorable graduation photos on her LinkedIn page to celebrate the feat, she noted that it took her almost four years to complete the degree.
Oluwalayomi expressed gratitude to God for being part of her journey.
"Took almost 4 years to complete an MSc (Thank you Nigeria). Finally done, and I give God all the glory. MSc Applied and Environmental Physiology in the bag!"
LinkedIn users were impressed by the woman's achievement and they took to the comment section to congratulate her.