Brilliant Nigerian student becomes University Vice-Chancellor after making 5.0 CGPA
A brilliant Nigerian student at the Godfrey Okoye University in Enugu State, South Eastern Nigeria, has been appointed as the Vice-Chancellor of the University for a day after making a perfect 5.00 CGPA.
The student named Kaitlin Gee-Akwada studies English and Literary studies in the University. According to the University’s statement announcing her appointment, Miss Gee-Akwada was appointed for having a perfect Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.00.
The University wrote on Facebook (27th of October 2021): “Congratulations to Miss. Kaitlin Gee-Akwada GOUNI VC for one day with a 5.0 CGPA. The one day VC arrived at the VC’s office at 7:57am to discharge her duties as Vice Chancellor, she was received by Staff of the VC’s office and the GOU Foreign Liaison Officer, Meggy Kantert.
“Miss. Akwada addressed the students and staff of the University during the Midday Prayer and later held a Senate meeting where she addressed the University Senate members. Miss Akwada played host to her Mother and Grandmother.”
Miss Gee-Akwada who had all her early education in Calabar, Cross Rivers State, Nigeria was very happy to have made such feat especially in a state outside her primary state.
She took to her social media pages to celebrate her accomplishment and encourage the upcoming generations. She wrote (on Instagram): “Today, I was declared the Vice Chancellor-for-One-Day in my university, Godfrey Okoye University, with a CGPA of 5.00. This is not only an answered prayer, but proof that the power to attract what you desire lies in your hands.”