Nigerian lady celebrates as she makes 5.0 GPA

Nigerian lady celebrates as she makes 5.0 GPA

- Ayomide Alabi, a student of the department of physical sciences, Bells University of Technology, has celebrated achieving a 5.0 GPA in school

- In the 400 level second semester results Ayomide shared on Twitter, she had A in all the seven courses

- Nigerians took to the comment section of Ayomide's post to congratulate her on the academic achievement

A Nigerian lady identified as Ayomide Alabi has taken to social media to celebrate her feat after making 5.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) in school.

The young lady with the Twitter handle @ayomidefinesse shared a photo of her 400 level second semester results.

The student of the department of physical sciences, Bells University of Technology, wrote on Twitter:

"Final results are out and I had a gp of 5.0!!!"

Twitter users took to the comment section to congratulate Ayomide on her academic feat.

Nigerian lady makes 5.0 GPA

Ayomide Alabi takes to her Twitter page to celebrate her feat after making 5.0 GPA. Photo credit: @ayomidefinesse/Twitter
Source: UGC

A tweep with the handle @Wana____ wrote:

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"You got an A in quantum mechanics? Omo. Congratulations!"

Another Twitter user with the handle @dseaza wrote:

"Congrats o, please apply for scholarships abroad unlike some olosho disgusing under selling fabrics."

@EllesceJ commented:

"I also read physics with electronic, to see a gp of 5.0 is mind blowing good work."

Below are other reactions:

In other news, a Nigerian lady has taken to social media to celebrate her win after graduating as one of the top 10 best graduating students in corporate law out of over 1,700 students.

The young lady with the Twitter handle @_omobanjo, who is part of those that were recently called to bar, shared the good news.

Congratulatory messages have been pouring in for her from well-meaning Nigerians ever since she shared the good news.

She shared some adorable photos which she captioned:

"God shows up and then shows out! BEST STUDENT IN CORPORATE LAW AND PRACTICE, Top 10 of 1700+ students. No words, Just God!"
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