Nigerian ladies have continued to prove that they are not only beautiful but also possess the ability to compete with their peers anywhere in the world. These ladies have been emerging best graduating students of their varsities in recent times.
What these ladies have in common is that they were all below 25 years when they made this feat.
Legit.ng presents four young ladies that were the best graduating students of their universities.
1. Motunrayo Ajia
Motunrayo Ajia was the overall best graduating student of Covenant University (2018/2019 academic session) with a CGPA of 5.0.
She was the first student to ever have a perfect CGPA of 5.0 in the history of Covenant University. The lady who finished from the Department of Petroleum Engineering was 21 years when she achieved this feat.
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2. Ewerechukwu Favour Asaka
Ewerechukwu Favour Asaka is 21 years and the best graduating student of Covenant University, 2020/2021 academic session. She bagged a first class degree in Computer Science.
The young lady finished with a perfect CGPA of 5.0, becoming the second student to ever do so after Motunrayo Ajia.
3. Lydia Adi Kolo
The young lady emerged as the overall best graduating student of Sumy State University, Ukraine. Lydia, 24, bagged a first class degree in Medicine with a CGPA of 4.88.
The indigene of Doko, Lavun local government area of Niger state, was awarded a prize for the best performance in Internal Medicine and Surgery.
4. Alaba Ann Tam Danagogo
The 20-year-old lady emerged as the overall best graduating student of Syracuse University in New York, the United States, 2021 academic session.
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Alaba graduated with distinctions in Biology Major and Minor in English and Textual Studies. The Rivers state indigene was the valedictorian of the Class 2021 and was selected as a Senior Class Marshall of the university.
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Taking to her LinkedIn page, the young lady shared adorable photos of herself as she was inducted into the medical laboratory science profession.
Chelsea said the journey wasn't easy but God saw her through and she graduated effortlessly with a first class.