Brilliant Nigerian Man graduates university with 4.73/5.00 first-class grade, celebrates unique achievement
A brilliant Nigerian man named Lawal Luqman Akinkumi has achieved an exceptional feat as he graduates from the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria with an outstanding 4.73 over possible 5.00 cumulative grade point.
Lawal Lukman bagged his bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics with first-class honors of 4.73 over 5.00 cumulative grade points. He was one of the 17 best students in the graduating class of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at the university.
Lukman could not contain his excitement as he took to Twitter to proudly share his latest achievement. He listed out his accomplishments attributing the success to God.
Lukman also mentioned that he remained an excellent student through his five years at the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria maintaining an honors grade.
He had a 4.41-grade point in his first year, 4.55-grade point in his second year, 5.00 in his third year, another 5.00-grade point in his fourth year, then a 4.74-grade point in his fifth year, 4.77-grade point in his sixth year, and was able to graduate with a total of 4.73 cumulative.
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Eniola’s outstanding score earned her the best-graduating student award of the Department of Mass Communication at the Veronica Adeleke School of Social Sciences at the University. Read More about Eniola HERE.