- A Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, emerged as the best student in her department and faculty with a CGPA of 4.86
- The lady who was also awarded best-behaved student appreciated her parents for the role they played in her success
- Sharing photos from her convocation ceremony, Nigerians flooded her comment section with messages of congratulations
A Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, has taken to LinkedIn to celebrate her academic achievement. In a post, Aishat revealed she graduated as the overall best in her department of economics, bagging first class.
With a CGPA of 4.86, the Elizade University Graduate emerged as the best in the faculty of humanities and social sciences. The young lady said that she was really honoured to have her family at her convocation as she got several awards.
They are my rewards for hard work
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Aishat added that the awards were her reward for the determination and hard work she invested while in school.
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The young graduate stated that she truly appreciates the support her family gave her in achieving success. She posed with her dad in one of the photos.
Congratulatory messages pour in
At the time of writing this report, her post has over 1500 likes with hundreds of comments. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Victor Yusuf said:
Ismot Kehinde said:
Yahaya Muhammed said:
"Congratulations Aishat Dauda."
Abdullahi Isezuo Abdulrahman said:
Muhammad Mikail said:
"Big, Big Congratulations Aisha, I wish you the very best from here on. May Allah always be at your every point of need. Congratulations again!"
Another brilliant Nigerian graduate
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, Amina Walida Baba-Ari, was happy with her academic achievement and shared her success story.
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The lady said that she graduated top 1% of her class with a first-class degree from Nile University in Nigeria.
Sharing photos of the graduation and the awards she got, it could be seen that she was among the three best graduating students in the institution. Her joy was without bound as she jubilated.