UNN First Class Graduate Bags Distinction From UK University. See What He Said (Pics)

Congratulations are in order for Munonyedi Kelvin Egbo, who graduated with flying colours from the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom. According to the First Class graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nuskka (UNN), he made a distinction in each of the course he took during his MSc degree programme in Sustainable Energy at the UK university.

The young man is also Graduate Assistant at University of Nigeria. Congrats to him..

Below is what he shared on his social media page.

I made a Distinction in each of the courses I took during my MSc degree programme in Sustainable Energy (University of Glasgow) – Distinction overall.

Also a First Class Honours B. Eng. degree holder in Mechanical Engineering (University of Nigeria, Nsukka). Companies should be fighting over me, right? Well, they do not even know that such an intelligent, hard-working, and committed fellow (myself) exists.

I will not give up though. One day, I am going to do something that’s gonna convince them that I actually have a lot to offer in terms of Mechanical/Energy Engineering. I am not jobless though, because I am a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Nigeria…

Source; https://www.nationalhelm.co/2017/11/munonyedi-kelvin-egbo-graduates-with-distinction-in-his-msc-programm-from-uk-university.html

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    Christiana Gilberts2 weeks agoReply

    Congrats to him, maybe one day you will wow the world and people will take notice of yoy

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    Saadat Abdullah2 weeks agoReply

    Nice one but we hope that you will be and employer not employee and also stop braggging

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    Judith Agbude2 weeks agoReply

    Congrats and be calm. You will be recognized soon

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    Walshak Apollos2 weeks agoReply

    nice feat, i will love to be like him someday,only that when i do, i will create and not seek a job..


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    Sunday Oyewole2 weeks agoReply

    Congratulations brother

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    Adewusi Olorunfemi2 weeks agoReply


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    akinade akinwunmi2 weeks agoReply

    I’ll encourage him not to relent in his quest especially bringing up an idea and see it work rather than just been a lecturer alone

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    Awurum Clifford2 weeks agoReply

    That’s pretty huge, it’s good that he knows what to do and he’s doing it well, more grease to his elbow

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    Rasheed Tunde2 weeks agoReply

    Bravo! This is great,great achievement, keep it up,will make mine too

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    Nwabunike Chiamaka2 weeks agoReply

    Congratulations to you dear

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