- A Nigerian lady, Temidayo Aikomo, bagged a second class upper in accounting from Bowen Univerity, Iwo, and she is happy about it
- Temidayo who got a CGPA of 4.41 said that school taught her a lot about life and she is grateful
- Scoring an A in her project, she took out the time to appreciate those who responded to her questionnaires
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A Nigerian lady, Temidayo Aikomo, has celebrated herself after bagging second class upper degree with a CGPA of 4.41 in accounting.
A graduate of Bowen University in Iwo, she said her school days really taught her a lot about life as her perspective was broadened.
In a Linkedin post, she promised to make very good use of the knowledge she gathered within the walls of the school.
Temidayo also appreciated those who helped fill her final year project questionnaires, saying that she got an A in it.
"Last weekend, I bagged a degree in Accounting. I graduated with a second class upper (4.41). My four years as an undergraduate taught me a lot and helped me see life from broader perspective. I'd strive to put the knowledge gained into good use and make the best out of life."
Below are some of the comments her post got:
Oluwabusiayomi Layade said:
"Well done. I invite you to explore an opportunity with EY - a great place to work, build your career and your valuable network, and make ripples in life."
Aniefiok Akpan said:
"Congratulations! the CGPA 4.41 was exactly mine too in Education French from the University of Lagos. It is a painful edge to being a First Class, but worthy it's of thanks."
Saamuel Makanju said:
"Love this, congratulations dear, greater height."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Abisola Sanuolu bagged a BSc in nursing and she could not hide how happy she was by the achievement.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, November 29, the lady said "done and dusted" to show that she is now officially a graduate.
On her Instagram account, Abisola said that it took her five years. She said the real journey just began for her.
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