– A young Nigerian with the Twitter handle @tobiolalandu has celebrated the result of her hard work in the higher institution
– The brilliant lady scored A in all her courses and got a CGPA of 5.0; she decided to post this on social media and prophesy into her future
– Many social media users reacted to the lady’s result as some were kind enough to advise her to not relent on repeating the feat in subsequent semesters
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A young Nigerian lady simply identified as Tobi has taken to social media to celebrate her first outstanding semester result.
The lady with the Twitter handle @tobiolalandu posted a photo of her result in which she got A in all her courses and finished the semester with a 5.0 CGPA.
Celebrating her win, she wrote:
“See result. My future is bright, amen.”
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Many react to the result
Tweep with the handle @BuchKoncept said:
“Nice one, the sky is just the starting point… Continue on this path, do not relent and also try learn a skill.. A good result and a marketable skill go hand in glove… E no easy abeg, u try.”
“It is the easiest thing a student can do.”
“100 level fa? That’s great, but keep the updates coming in subsequent levels o.”
“Don’t relax! This was the biggest mistake i made . At 100L I was on top of my game and I felt “ahn ahn this thing is simple na”. By 300l when my eye clear,it was too late to remedy the result.babygirl came out with 2:2.”
“Nice result and congratulations, Starting strong is very important.”
Another outstanding result
. previously reported that a lady identified as Tuana Yazici celebrated her achievement after graduating with distinction from the higher institution.
Tuana said she took 27 credits in her last semester in school to graduate early and made A+ in all her courses.
Tuana said she will be doing her masters in International Administration before going to law school.