Beautiful Photos as 18-Year-Old Tops Her Class, Clears 5 Awards as She Graduates with First-Class

Beautiful Photos as 18-Year-Old Tops Her Class, Clears 5 Awards as She Graduates with First-Class

  • A young Nigerian woman has been celebrated on social media for her immense academic success
  • The 18-year-old who recently graduated from university came out top of her class with a first-class degree
  • The lady who had a 4.01 CGPA in her first semester in school went home with 5 awards of excellence

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A Nigerian lady has celebrated completing her undergraduate program at the university in style.

The scholar identified as Oluwateniola Shyllon shared her excitement on LinkedIn as she posted adorable photos in an academic gown.

Joy as 18-year-old lady graduates from university with first-class in economics, bags 5 awards
Oluwateniola Shyllon topped from her first semester in school Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Oluwateniola Shyllon
Source: UGC

The 18-year-old not only led her economics class but bagged a first-class.

Oluwateniola was also honoured with 5 awards.

Speaking on her achievement, the elated lady expressed delight at finally wrapping up her academic pursuit after gaining admission into Babcock University, Ikenne, at the age of 15.

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The bright woman said it dawned on her that huge success was in the offing when in year one, the first semester, she had a GPA of 4.91/5.0.

Her post read in part:

"At 18, I’m excited to announce that I am a first-class Economics graduate from Babcock University!
"Coming in to university at 15 was so tough on me, and it took a while for me to get used to. But in my first semester, when I emerged top in my class (GPA:4.91/5.0), I knew that I would be okay.
"The journey has finally come to an end and I’m filled with mixed emotions. However, I am grateful to God for helping me, and for bringing such wonderful friends to my life in my stay at Babcock University. I am also grateful to my family and my mentors."

Nigerians celebrate her

Good thoughts trailed her post as people praised her.

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Reacting, her dad Ademisikun Shyllon remarked:

"Congratulations to my wonderfully smart daughter. The sky is the beginning for you my amazon."

Kehinde Obisanya told the dad:

"Congratulations Sir!
"Wishing your daughter all round success in the future and divine guardian and protection.
"Thanks for being a wonderful parents: you and your wife.
"Praise God!"

Lauretta Togonu Bickersteth commented:

"Lovely. Another "young FUTURE FEMALE" is "born". We are excited!!!! Congratulations. The FUTURE IS BRIGHT & WAITING don't let anyone tell you ALL YOUR DREAMS are not VALID!!!! THEY are BRACE UP - harbour No apprehension just get ready to EXPERIENCE your life journey ordained PURPOSE.YOU CAN. No shaking.
"WE MOVE. THE FUTURE is about CONFIDENT & DISRUPTIVE young FEMALES too!!!!. Just a female here that LOVES Celebrating other WOMEN'S Success seen here too !!!. Thumbs up for being NO 1. CLASS!!"

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19-year-old bags first-class in style

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 19-year-old lady had celebrated graduating from university with a first-class.

The Lagos state indigene told Legit.ng exclusively that the aim for her had always been to be the best version of herself.

The young lady, who is currently serving in Rivers state, said that her target after learning that first class was still attainable was to finish each semester with only A's.

"I’m just genuinely grateful to God for making it possible for me to actualize my goal.
"I’d like to say I didn’t put enough efforts in my initial years in the university. However the goal to graduate with a first class was what motivated me to discuss with my course advisor Mr. Mamidu.
"I met him to discuss if it was still possible to graduate with a first class considering that I was on second class upper division. We then proceeded to calculate how many A’s and how many B’s I needed to score before I make a first class..."

Source: Legit Newspaper

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