- A young lady, Abibat Yetunde, has achieved greatness in her academic career as she got a 7.0 CGPA at master's level from UI
- The lady revealed that she has always had to combine working with schooling right before she got to the university
- Now a teaching assistant at The Polytechnic Ibadan, the graduate advised young ladies to persevere for greater rewards
A young lady, Abibat Yetunde Adebiyi, has emerged as the best among her peers at the University of Ibadan and graduated with a 7.0 CGPA.
The lady studied structural and materials engineering in the department of civil engineering at the master's level, Muslim News Nigeria reports.
What encouraged me
It should be noted that she once got a first-class for her undergraduate program at the same university.
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Speaking with the media, Abibabt said she started her tertiary education from The Polytechnic, Ibadan, where she studied civil engineering at both HND and ND levels.
Though it was quite a challenge for the young lady combining her work with masters, the passion for civil engineering served as fuel to move on.
Sacrifice and reward
Abibat who now works as a teaching assistant in the polytechnic revealed that she had always worked and schooled before she became a student of UI.
On her advice to young girls, the brilliant lady said:
“Every sacrifice in life has a reward. Nobody can tell when the reward will come.”
Another lady who bagged first class
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady, Akomolafe Oluwabunmi, went online to share her success story after she bagged a first-class degree from LAUTECH.
I was rejected 4 times; Young lady who graduated as the only female first-class in her department & best student
The lady on her LinkedIn page revealed that her first-semester result was 4.13/5.0. Oluwabunmi stated that when she saw it, she knew she could do better.
The brilliant student said that her success in school was made possible by the knowledge she gathered from people and her personal development.
Despite finishing with a degree in electronic and electrical engineering, the lady hopes to read communication and signal processing for her doctorate degree.
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