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Four Nigerian Ladies Who Were Best Graduating Students & What They All Had in Common

Nigerian ladies continue to prove that they are not only beautiful, but also capable of competing with their peers anywhere in the world. These ladies have recently become the best graduates of their university.

What these ladies have in common is that they were all under 25 when they did this feat.

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Below are the four stunning young ladies:

  1. Motunrayo Ajia

Motunrayo Ajia is the best comprehensive graduate of Covenant University (2018/2019 academic year) with a CGPA of 5.0.

She is the first student in the history of Covenant University to receive a perfect CGPA of 5.0. The lady who graduated from the Department of Petroleum Engineering achieved this feat when she was only 21 years old.

  1. Ewerechukwu Favor Asaka

Ewerechukwu Favor Asaka is 21 years old, the best graduate of Covenant University in the 2020/2021 academic year. She has a first-class degree in computer science.

This young lady ended with a perfect CGPA of 5.0 and became the second student to do so after Motunrayo Ajia.

  1. Lydia Adi Kolo

This young lady became the best graduate of Ukraine’s Sumy State University overall. Lydia, 24, received a first-class degree in medicine with a CGPA of 4.88.

The Doko indigenous people from the Lavin local government area of ​​Niger State received the Best Performance Award in Internal Medicine and Surgery.

  1. Alaba Ann Tam Danagogo

The 20-year-old woman became the best graduate in the 2021 school year of Syracuse University in New York.

Alaba graduated with honors, majoring in biology and minoring in English and text studies. Rivers state indigene is the farewell speaker for the 2021 class and was selected as the Marshall of the university’s advanced class.

Credit: LEGIT.NG

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