Young African man wins best-graduating student award, bags Architecture degree with 4.86/5.00GPA
A young African man named Udeme Spencer has won the best-graduating student award at the University of Nigeria Nsukka after he bagged an Architecture degree with a 4.86 cumulative grade point average.
Spencer obtained her bachelor’s degree in Architecture at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu with a 4.86 over a possible cumulative grade point average first-class honors. He was awarded the university’s Department of Architecture’s best graduating student.
He shared his achievement on Linkedin stating that he won two awards as the best graduating student. Spencer was also the best-graduating student of the university’s Faculty of Environmental Studies.
”I am thrilled to share that I’ve been honored as the Best Graduating Student in both the Department of Architecture and the Faculty of Environmental Studies at the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka; finishing with a CGPA of 4.86/5.00,” she said.
Spencer mentioned that his achievement is a testament to God’s grace and guidance. He added that he is amazed and grateful for the blessings and opportunities that have been given to him during the academic journey.
He expressed his gratitude to his professors, mentors, and friends for their unwavering support. Spencer also thanked his family for their love and guidance stating that their prayers and encouragement were his source of strength.
He stated that the University of Nigeria, Nsukka was instrumental in shaping his path, and he is grateful for the conducive environment they provided for growth and learning.
He said as he is embarking on the next phase of his life, he is reminded that this achievement is a manifestation of God’s faithfulness and the collective efforts of everyone who has been part of my journey.
Spencer said he feels honored and eager to use his achievement to help others and make a positive difference, not only in his field of work but also in society and the world as a whole.