- A Nigerian lady, Paula-Peace James-Okoro, has shown that anything is possible with hard work and dedication
- Paula-Peace did not only get a first-class but she became the overall best graduating student with 4.98 CGPA in Covenant University
- Many people praised her online as comments saying 'congratulations' filled the lady's page
A young Nigerian lady, Paula-Peace James-Okoro, has taken to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her success as she finished from Covenant University with a 4.98/5.0 CGPA.
Bagging a first-class in Biochemistry, the lady thanked God for making her an overcomer through her study period in the institution.
Sharing how very grateful she is about it all, the lady said that bagging a degree is the beginning of the many things to come.
Paula-Peace also got the Best Graduating Student award during her convocation. The lady shared photos and a video from the ceremony.
One of the snaps has her on the podium as she gave a farewell speech in the presence of deans and professors.
Below is a video of a speech at the event:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Favour Ogbonnah said:
"Congratulations ...the sky is ur springboards."
Bilyaminu Bashir said:
"Wow. Super congrats."
Ikechukwu Ibekwe said:
Olumide Owolanke said:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 22-year-old Nigerian, Hauwa Ibrahim Aminu, joined the pool of the country’s citizens who are using their academic knowledge to solve problems.
After finishing her first degree in computer science from Lancaster University in Ghana with a first-class, she proceeded to bag a master’s degree from Middlesex University, Mauritius, where she got a distinction in business information and systems management.
I'm the first woman in my family's history to graduate - Pretty lady rejoices as she bags degree, many react
The young lady spoke about how she created two applications named JupiMart and ArchiScope. Hauwa said she really loves providing solutions to people’s issues.
She revealed that creating JupiMart was a way to make buyers confident of what they were shopping for online and also reduce the number of times bad goods are returned.