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“I Wanted to Study Medicine” says Lady who broke LAUTECH Biochemistry’s 19-Year-Old Record by bagging First Class

A young Nigerian lady identified as Ruqayyah Adelakin, has broken a 19-year-old record at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH).

Sharing on her LinkedIn page, she said that she never wanted to study biochemistry. Her initial plan was to read medicine and hoped to one day be addressed as a doctor.

She also said that going to LAUTECH was not her plan neither. She only chose LAUTECH out of no choice.

She said, no one had graduated with first class in her department for long, this made her study harder to attain.

She explained her CGPA dropped in her 300 level but had to study harder to boost her CGPA and now celebrating as the only first-class graduate in the department

READ ALSO: Lady Celebrates Breaking Record in UNILAG as she emerges the only first-class graduate in her class

Here are some of the Reactions on her post:

Komolafe Victor said:

“You’re a champion, few of my sets back then at biochemistry were able to graduate with us talkless of the grades lol.”

Ismail Habeeb Olawale reacts:

“Truly is not easy to achieve that in LAUTECH if we consider some problems we do face there ….. But Alhamdulilahi you made it likewise others too…”

Taofeek Adebola . O said:

“Love this, it is inspiring. Congratulations dear. Keep the ball rolling.” Teslim Olayiwola said: “Love this! Congratulations, Ruqayyah Adelakin. Barakalah fih.”

ALLSCHOOL TEAM

READ ALSO: Meet Jesulade, Afolabi that break 19-year-old record, bag First Class in LAUTECH

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