- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to celebrate finally completing her undergraduate program at the University of Lagos and she did it in style
- Olajumoke Sorungbe made history at the prestigious Nigerian institution by graduating with a first-class in law
- Olajumoke stated that she is the only person in a class of 400 to graduate with a first-class and shared a result proof to authenticate her result claim
Congratulations are in order for a young lady as she graduated from the university in style.
Olajumoke while sharing a photo of her graduating degree grade described her success as evidence of years of hard work, consistency and dedication.
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She is the only graduate in her class that bagged a first-class
The brilliant scholar revealed that she bagged the only first-class in her class of 400 students.
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While stating that she was scared before her final exams, Olajumoke appreciated God for the eventual success of the program.
Olajumoke described her time at UNILAG as one that shaped her into an excellent and resilient woman of character.
Nigerians celebrate her
Idris Akanni Oladeinde stated:
"A feat well deserved!! Sucess is the fruit of excellence and I witnessed Your consistent effort to make it big!! Congrats and Many More to Come Amen!"
Oluwatobi Olaniran reacted:
"Congrats miss... Wishing you the best in the future!"
Ojumisi Anthony Oyelekan remarked:
"Congratulations Olajumoke Sorungbe. Great achievement."
Kenneth Egwu commented:
"This is phenomenal... Congratulations dear."
Imole Ogunyinka said:
"Faith Paulinus You would like to meet her. Congratulations Olajumoke Sorungbe for the success achieved, many more laurels awaits you! Go do it again at NLS!"
Nigerian lady celebrates bagging first-class in style
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady had celebrated bagging a first-class in style.
Taking to LinkedIn to celebrate her win, the young lady said hard work, determination, and God's grace made it possible.
"Emerging as the best graduating student in secondary school, I knew I had to work hard to achieve my goals in the University. I'm glad I have been able to achieve this with the help of God. Cheers to greater heights!"