- Ondo University has rewarded its three best-graduating students, female precisely, for the 2022/2023 academic session
- The management of the intuition awarded automatic employment to the three best students who majored in medical sciences
- Professor Adesegun Fatusi, the Vice Chancellor of the institution, confirmed the development to newsmen during the university’s 5th convocation ceremony
Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.
The three best-graduating students for the 2022/2023 academic session at the University of Medical Sciences Ondo state, have bagged automatic employment.
The management of the University of Medical Sciences (UNIMEDs) offered automatic employment to Miss Francisca Aemulegun who got First Class in Physiology, Miss Marcy Saba, who was the best female graduating student and Micheal Aremu who was the best male graduating student.
Vice Chancellor of the institution, Professor Adesegun Fatusi, made this known at the university’s 5th convocation ceremony, The Nation reported.
According to the VC, the institution was committed to supporting the beneficiaries to pursue further education.
Prof. Fatusi added that 19 out of 528 graduands bagged the First Class degree, 217 got Second Class upper, 94 got Second Class lower and 15 bagged the Third Class honours in the two sessions.
Speaking further, the VC noted that the institution would not relent in pushing for the advancement of African Herbal Medicine.
School awards Nigerian lady only N1k for graduating as best student
In a similar development, Legit.ng reported earlier that a Nigerian lady, identified as Oluwatimilehin Azeezat Yusuf, caused a buzz online after revealing the prize she got for graduating as the best student.
In a now-viral tweet on X (formerly Twitter), Azeezat shared a picture of herself in an academic gown as she celebrated her convocation.
Azeezat graduated from the department of oto-rhino-laryngology. People found the N1k prize hard to believe. The institution's name could not be ascertained at the time of this report.
UNN's best students awarded N1000 and N1500
In a list of prizes shared by @instablog9ja, the Sir Odumegwu Memorial Prize gave the three best-graduating students N1,500 to share among themselves.
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