"My Parents Are Overjoyed": Brilliant Law Student Bags First Class in UNIZIK, Makes CGPA of 4.69

"My Parents Are Overjoyed": Brilliant Law Student Bags First Class in UNIZIK, Makes CGPA of 4.69

  • A Nigerian legal student has etched his name in the sands of time after emerging as one of the best students in his department
  • The graduate of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, said he dedicated a lot of time to studying his books daily
  • He told Legit.ng that his parents were proud of his achievement and that he would proceed to the Nigerian Law School in January

A brilliant Nigerian, Tony Ezeanyaso, has achieved first-class honours in the Department of Law at Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK), Awka.

Tony, a native of Umudim in Nnewi, Anambra state, achieved the feat in the 2021/2022 law set of the school.

Tony Ezeanyaso, a student who bagged first class.
Tony achieved a CGPA of 4.69. Photo credit: Tony Ezeanyaso.
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In an interview with Legit.ng, Tony said he recorded an impressive CGPA of 4.69 as his final score.

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According to him, he will proceed to the Nigerian Law School in January, where he will pursue his professional studies.

How Tony made first-class

To achieve the feat, Tony revealed that he dedicated much time to his studies and maintained consistency.

He told Legit.ng:

"I dedicated a minimum of four hours daily to each four-credit load course and two hours daily to each two-credit load course. My daily study time varied depending on the course load. Yes, I followed a structured study plan, adhering to a daily reading schedule that covered all weekdays. This routine ensured consistency and focused study time. Additionally, I reviewed each topic three to four times before exams for comprehensive understanding and retention."

On his parents' reactions when he graduated with a first-class, Tony said they were happy.

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His words:

"They were overjoyed and immensely proud of my achievement. In fact, they shared rice and drinks on the day of my convocation."

Tony told Legit.ng that he needed sponsorship in the form of a scholarship to enable him to proceed to law school.

Law student switches to fisheries

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that a young student had netizens asking questions after she disclosed that she switched from law to fisheries at 400-level.

In a video she shared on TikTok, Ozioko Camilla stated the whole thing would surprise her parents as she had not informed them.

The lady said her decision should not be a problem because she would still be a graduate after all.

Source: Legit.ng

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Israel Usulor (Human-Interest editor) Israel Usulor is a journalist who has 9 years of experience. He worked at The Prime Newspaper and has published articles in TheCable Newspaper. Israel graduated with distinction from Fidei Polytechnic (Mass Commun, 2016). Israel has interviewed Zannah Mustapha, the man who helped negotiate the release of Chibok Girls, and Kunle Adeyanju, who rode a bike from London to Lagos. He covered exclusive stories on Chef Dami during her Guinness World Records cookathon. Email: israel.usulor@corp.legit.ng.

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