A Nigerian lady succeeded greatly in her department at LAUTECH against all odds and became its first ever first-class graduate. Mary revealed that she was almost frustrated at her 100 level as people said that her department was difficult. With God on her side, the young lady marched on and finally achieved what she wanted in her 500 level.
A Nigerian lady, Mary Jesulade, has gone on LinkedIn page to narrate how she broke a 21-year-old jinx in her department.
She started that getting admission into the university was not an easy one for her. Mary revealed that right from the registration point, people said her department of biology is a difficult one.
There has never been a student with such feat in the department.
The lady said that since her department at LAUTECH was created in 2000, there has never been a first-class graduate.
While people were trying to discourage her from going to the department, the lady told herself:
“People will always air their opinion on subject matters, but it’s left to you to manage these opinions the best way you can and prove them right or wrong.”
The young Nigerian lady revealed that she told herself that she would do the unimaginable with God. She beat the odds and had first class at 100 level.
Some senior colleagues who saw her result asked her to move if she really does not want her result ‘axed’ by the department but she stayed.
Despite the fact that her CGPA took a hit along the way, she bounded back and coasted to victory in her final year at 500 level with a first-class.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
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Ogundeji John Oluwasegun said:
“Wowwwww. Glad to hear this! The jinx have been broken! Congratulations sis!!!! Greater height in Jesus name.”
Adebote Martins said:
“Congratulations! This was a breathtaking experience. Thank God you made it. Reward for hard-work is more work. I pray you land yourself a quality all expenses paid Masters and a great job. Welcome to the club.”
Eguono Avwaghwaruvwe said:
“Congratulations. Preparation +God =Miracle.”
Kupoluyi Oluwaseyi said:
“Wow. Congratulations Mary. So happy for you. Now, I’m proud to say I know you from the beginning of your journey in LAUTECH. Well-done Mary.”
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