- A young lady has entered the history books of the University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom with her academic achievement
- The lady named Ikanna Okim recently graduated with a first-class in law, shattering a 36-year-old record
- Ikanna's feat has turned her into an internet sensation as social media users celebrated the young lady
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A lady has made history at the University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom in grand style.
The fresh graduate of law finished with a first-class making her the first student in the 36-year-old history of the institution's faculty of law to achieve the feat.
UNIUYO faculty of law never had a first-class graduate before her
Though UNIUYO was founded in 1991, the faculty of law had however started in October 1985 as a department in the faculty of social sciences when the institution was still University of Cross River, a statement about the faculty on the school's website affirms.
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Celebrating the brilliant lady on Facebook, Grace Kalu described Okim as a fervent believer in Christ, author of many books and a social entrepreneur.
Okim was also said to have had a perfect grade in her 500 level second semester in school. She had 5.00.
People celebrate her
Achese Solomon-Koko remarked:
"Super congratulations Remugient progress unimaginable heights canorous success always you shall never go down greater glory Ikan Okim Murray B....you remember the name....Grace all the way."
S-star Harkintolah commented:
"I knew you would always stand out wherever you go.
"Congratulations sister "
Elijah Israel Mfon-Abasi said:
"Congratulations beloved Counsel. More wins.
"You deserve it because you worked for it.
"Thank God for His grace."
Chidi Nwalor wrote:
"I have given you a standing ovation. This is not moi moi. Glory to God in the highest."
IMSU first-class graduate breaks 39-year-old university record
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young man had made history as he broke a 39-year-old record at IMSU.
Mbagwu Johnpaul Chiagoziem graduated with a 4.51 in a 5.0 grading system to emerge the first student ever to bag a first-class honour in the department of industrial physics in IMSU.
Johnpaul who hails from Isiala Mbano in Imo State said it was not an easy task studying physics.
He was also full of praises for one of his lecturers identified as Prof. T. C. Chineke who, according to him, was pivotal to his academic success.
He recounted how the academic will always challenge him to finish with nothing short of first-class, a challenge he'd later embrace.