- A 22-year-old Nigerian lady identified as Ms Chideraa Njoku has broken a record in an Indian university
- Reports reveal that the young lady recently graduated with first class in pharmacy, shattering the school's records
- Njoku who hails from Mbaise, Imo state made her parents and Nigeria proud
A 22-year-old lady identified as Ms Chideraa Njoku has proven herself after bagging a first class in pharmacy from an Indian university.
Njoku who hails from Mbaise, Imo state, is said to have shattered their record and is the first to graduate with such a result in many years.
Chideraa was sent to Indian Subharti University by her parents who lost faith in the Nigerian education system and wanted the best for their daughter.
To mark her achievement, she was awarded a gold medal for her academic excellence and a scholarship for her onward doctorate degree by the University.
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Meanwhile, Antoinette Love, 18, is now the new kid on the international education block after she was accepted into 115 tertiary institutions in the US and granted scholarships amounting to about $3.7 million or GHC 19.2 million.
Love plans to major in elementary education after joining the ranks of one of the people accepted by the most colleges with the most financial offers in the history of the US, or the world for that matter.
Love maintained a 3.5 GPA score and has attended dual enrolment at Delgado Community College for two semesters.
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