Young Nigerian Student who Was Vice Chancellor of his University Shares Cute Photos as he Bags First-Class

Young Nigerian Student who Was Vice Chancellor of his University Shares Cute Photos as he Bags First-Class

  • A young Nigerian student, Olasubomi Olopade, who had emerged the vice chancellor of Bowen University, Osun State has celebrated another academic feat
  • Olasubomi graduated on Saturday, 6th of November with a first-class degree in law and shared his excitement on social media
  • In a surprise reaction, the young scholar who had 4.80 GPA in his first semester said he actually knew he'd finish that way before gaining admission into the institution

A Nigerian student who had won a contest that saw him emerge the vice chancellor of his university has celebrated graduating from university in style.

Olasubomi Olopade announced on his LinkedIn wall that he bagged a first-class degree in law from Bowen University, Osun State.

Young Nigerian student who was university vice chancellor graduates with first-class, says he knew before gaining admission
He had 4.80 in his first semester Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Olasubomi Olopade
Source: UGC

Olasubomi knew he would graduate with a first-class before he gained admission into the institution

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The high-flying scholar sharing cute photos with family members as well as the degree revealed that he recorded a GPA of 4.80 in his first semester at the university.

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According to Olasubomi, his first-class degree didn't come somewhat as a surprise to him because he knew he was going to achieve it before even gaining admission into Bowen.

In his words:

"Someone asked me when did you know you were going to hit a first class. I answered before I entered Bowen. So when I hit a rewarding 4.80 in my first semester I told myself it was going to be a smooth ride..."

On why he stated that he knew his result would be a first-class before entering the university, Olopade told that it is a mentality thing and not a statement of pride.

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He explained:

"It's just a mentality thing. I was the best art student in my art subjects in secondary school. I was just confident in my abilities and my help in God. When I was about 10 I gave a televised spoken words speech at Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel) founders anniversary saying the greatest battle a person would face is in the mind.
"I have stuck to that ever since, always believing I could achieve whatever I set my heart to. So it's not a pride thing. It's just a mentality thing!"

Nigerians hail his academic feat

Christiana Etim Bassey remarked:

"Congratulations Our One day VC."

Jesujoba Leonard Adejumo opined:

"Hearty Congratulations, Subomi!
"It’s also nice to see you on this platform. Do you possibly remember me? (From OSMAS around 2012)."

Folukemi Roselyn stated:

"Congratulations VC! Greater heights Olasubomi."

Richard A. Solomon wrote:

"Congratulations Egbon Olasubomi Olopade. We're proud of You. Greater heights sir."

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Irene Adebayo said:

"Congratulations dear. Greater Heights awaits"

How the young man emerged vice chancellor of Bowen University

Meanwhile, previously reported how Olasubomi Olopade emerged the vice chancellor of his university.

Olopade assumed the position of vice chancellor on Wednesday, June 16, after winning the A Day Vice Chancellor contest.

In his words:

"The process involved registration, cognitive assessment tests and PowerPoint presentation on an alumni and a final election for the top three.
"I wasn't alone as I was assisted by my two Deputy Vice Chancellors, Ibukunoluwa Areo and James Joshua. Together and collaboratively we administered the running of the University."


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