- A beautiful Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, has bagged first class in economics from Elizade University, Ondo state
- Aishat appreciated people who gave her the support she needed while she was in school
- With a first-class degree in the bag, the brilliant lady happily looked forward to the future
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A Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, has taken to the internet to celebrate herself after pushing hard and achieving a great academic feat.
In a short post on LinkedIn, the lady rejoiced as she announced that she has now officially graduated with a first-class in economics.
Aishat said that she finished from Elizade University in Ondo state with a CGPA of 3.86/4.0. As proof that she is not just hyping herself, the lady attached her result page to the post.
“Alhamdulillah, I am officially a graduate.
"BSc. Economics (First Class Hons.) - CGPA of 3.86/4.0 from Elizade University, Ondo state Thanks to all that supported me through my journey. Here’s to the future.”
Congratulatory messages poured in for the new graduate from far and wide as people showed that they were indeed wowed by her excellent achievement.
As at the time of writing this report, her post has over 22,000 likes with thousands of comments. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
Inyang Michael said:
"Aishat Dauda If you base in Lagos or ogun state, will you mind an interview on radio.....to encourage other youths (especially ladies like you) out there."
Lucy Akabueze said:
"Congratulations greater heights dear, is it a Nigerian University?"
Zannah Bukar Sheriff said:
Olumide Olaniyan said:
"Great news. Congratulations."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady, Mary Otunba, rose above all her past challenges in life to achieve academic and career greatness.
She said that though she did not want to attend a polytechnic, she was grateful her dad encouraged her to do so.
After graduating, the lady was confused about what next to do with her life. Luck later smiled on her as she got an internship with a big company.
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