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Student who Was Bowen Varsity One-Day Vice-Chancellor Bags First-Class in Law

A young Nigerian student, Olasubomi Olopade, who become one-day vice-chancellor of Bowen University of Osun State University has celebrated another academic achievement.

Olasubomi graduated with a first-class law degree on Saturday, November 6th, and shared his excitement on social media.

Olasubomi Olopade announced on his LinkedIn wall that he received a top-notch law degree from Bowen University, Osun State.

The high-flying young man who shared lovely photos and degrees with his family revealed that he achieved a GPA of 4.80 in the first semester of the university.

According to Olasubomi, it is not surprising that he obtained a first-class degree because he knew he would achieve this goal even before he was accepted by Bowen.

In his words:

“Someone asked me when did you know you were going to hit a first-class. I answered before I entered Bowen. So when I hit a rewarding 4.80 in my first semester I told myself it was going to be a smooth ride…”

Below are some social media users congratulatory messages:

@Christiana Etim Bassey Commented: “Congratulations Our One day VC.”

@Jesujoba Leonard Adejumo wrote: “Hearty Congratulations, Subomi! “It’s also nice to see you on this platform. Do you possibly remember me? (From OSMAS around 2012).”

@Folukemi Roselyn wrote: “Congratulations VC! Greater heights

@Olasubomi.” Richard A. Solomon wrote: “Congratulations Egbon Olasubomi Olopade. We’re proud of You. Greater heights sir.” Irene

@Adebayo wrote: “Congratulations dear. Greater Heights awaits

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