- A young man posted both his WAEC and university results after he graduated with a first class in engineering
- Many Nigerians who engaged his tweet commended his effort as some advised him to work on having an entrepreneurial skill
- Seeing that he graduated with 4.86 CGPA, a US-based organisation reached out to him for a possible scholarship
A young Nigerian man, Olowookere Victor Oluwaferanmi, has gone online to showcase his lofty academic achievements made in years.
He thanked God
Another photo captured some of his results as an engineering undergraduate where almost all the exams he sat came out in A's.
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Quoting that post with a snap of himself in a graduation outfit, the man said that he finished school with 4.86/5.00 CGPA.
For his success, he was given nine awards and scholarships. Feranmi appreciated God for all he was able to achieve. A US organisation reached out to him in the comment section.
See his post below:
At the time of writing this report, his post has gathered thousands of likes. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I am a chemical engineer and very happy for your results."
"Wow this is so tremendous..... congratulations to you."
"Work on your Entrepreneurial skills, find your fellow C student classmates (good friends), and start a car startup that uses renewable energy as fuel. Name your car brand Feranmi - it sounds like a luscious brand."
"Contact EducationUSA Advising center at the U.S. Embassy in Abuja if you are interested in pursuing your Masters/PhD in the United States. Send us a message or email AbujaEducationUSA@state.gov."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady, Zaynab Agboola, went on LinkedIn to announce how she broke barriers and succeeded greatly in her academics.
She said her journey to getting a degree in engineering started six years ago when she left the comfort of her home in Lagos and travelled to Ilorin for school.
In a class of 92 students, Zaynab emerged as the only female first-class graduate. The lady said that the task was not an easy one.