Tuesday , November 28 2023

Na Wa O! See Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike, Now Best Student in a UK University

This is a trending story of one of the numerous students who travel abroad for further studies due to incessant strikes in the tertiary education sector of Nigeria.

In 2012, Folafoluwa Oginni, emerged the best student in WAEC and later proceeded to study Law at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. However, 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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  1. keep it up my dear.

  2. keep it up my dear
    God is your strength

  3. No witchcraft and lecturer student antagonism there. I want to state that many of us who are used here to settle scores among wicked lecturers are even better than that lady. Destiny keeps us all where we are. Sometimes when I check my grades when I was in secondary I found that I usually get 80-90 over 100. But when I came to University I hardly get 70. sometimes I will beg God to help me get 60. My friend who studied at the university of Sunderland UK show me his result. First class. 80% and above. so don’t neglect ur intellectual capacity in view of ur performance, it is not ur fault. it is a planned grade given out of shear malicious and wicked mind to belittle ur efforts. congratulations to the young lady whose star has found a place to manifest in life. Bring her to Nigeria in 3rd yr her CGPA will be reduced to 2nd class lower

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