Lady Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike Graduates From UK With 5.0 CGPA

A Nigerian lady, Folafoluwa Oginni has made her family and Nigerians proud of her as she graduates with a perfect 5.0 GP from Heterfordshire University in the U.K.

In 2012, Folafoluwa Oginni, emerged the best student in WAEC and later proceeded to study Law at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife.

However, She was forced to leave OAU in her sophomore year, with a CGPA of 4.53, due to the ASUU strike.

She went to the U.K to continue her studies at the University of Heterfordshire and she just became the university’s first Nigerian Valedictorian, after finishing as the overall best student with a perfect CGPA with a score of 360 out of 360.

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    JEREMIAH EFEKODO2 months agoReply

    that’s good… congrats

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    SULE ELIMELECH2 months agoReply

    A very big congratulations to u.

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    Oluwatimilehin Adekunle2 months agoReply

    So we that can’t afford ordinary flight ticket we should kill our self abi

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    Praise Unyime2 months agoReply

    Good news. Proudly Nigeria. Babe keep it up.

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    Sunday Abama2 months agoReply

    Good for dem..

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    Oluwatimilehin Adekunle2 months agoReply

    Abeg who abroad help

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    Blessing Olayiwola2 months agoReply

    congrat to her

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    Sodipe Olusesi2 months agoReply

    well done Mary, God bless your memory

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    Amusa Hamdallah2 months agoReply

    We hope the system get better so we wouldn’t need to go to outside country for better education

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    christian nwafor2 months agoReply

    Congrats girl thanks 4 making us proud

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