Joy as Nigerian Lady Bags First Class in Law, Shares Her Certificate and What She Plans to do at Law School

Joy as Nigerian Lady Bags First Class in Law, Shares Her Certificate and What She Plans to do at Law School

- A Nigerian lady is in celebration mood as she recently finished her 5-year stint at the Afe Babalola University with a first class in Law

- Favour Uka went on to reveal that her achievement meant that she has broken and set a record that stands in her extended family

- Favour admitted that it was challenging venture but she scaled through by the grace of God

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A Nigerian student has done herself proud and flown her family flag high as she graduates from Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti with first-class honours in law.

The excited young lady identified as Favour Uka took to Linkedln to boast that obtaining a first-class degree was a huge challenge for her but she eventually triumphed.

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Favour stated that she will become the first lawyer in her extended family when she is called to bar and is already setting her sights on having a good outing at the Nigerian Law School.

Joy as Nigerian Lady Bags First Class in Law, Shares Her Certificate and What She Plans to do at Law School
Young lady graduates with first class in law, breaks family jinx Photo Credit: Linkedln/Favour Uka
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According to her, her target is to either replicate or surpass her current feat at the law school.

While highlighting the various leadership roles she held in school, Favour expressed gratitude to everyone that supported her every step of the way.

Her post read in part:

"Recently, I obtained a first class law degree from Afe Babalola University.
"I'm indeed grateful to God for the 5 years journey. It was challenging but by his grace, I pulled through.
"After my call to bar, I'll be the first lawyer in my family (nuclear and extended) and knowing this fact gives me great joy and encourages me to strive for excellence.
"I'm grateful to everyone who in one way or the other contributed to my success. Thank you for supporting, encouraging and believing in me.

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"I'm excited about the journey ahead and I plan to replicate and surpass this achievement at the Nigerian Law School."

Congratulatory messages filled her comment section as many joined her in the celebration of her amazing feat.

Nwoba Emmanuel said:

"Congratulations dear Favour."

Elume Fredrick wrote:

"Great work."

Agunbiade Safiu reacted:

"Congratulations dear."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian man had graduated as the best student from the University of Cambridge.

The man identified as Malcolm Ebose recently graduated from one of the most prestigious universities in the United Kingdom. He graduated with a first-class in architecture from the University of Cambridge.

Ebose also graduated as the best student in his class, making his achievement much greater. He graduated with the class of 2019.

Victor Duru is a journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2

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