– Foluke Kazeem has made herself proud by emerging as the overall best female law student of the Obafemi Awolowo University
– The school’s law student society on LinkedIn made the disclosure and celebrated the brilliant student on its social media platform
– A photo of the young lady who received N30,000 as a reward from Dunni Sodipo Award was shared on LinkedIn
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The 2018/2019 overall best female law student of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Foluke Kazeem, has been celebrated on social media for her stellar achievement.
The school’s law student society celebrated the young lady on its LinkedIn page and disclosed that she got a reward of N30,000.
Foluke got the monetary reward from Dunni Sodipo Award, which recognises students with the best grades.
Sharing the lady’s photo and the reward she received, Ife Law wrote:
“Congratulations to Foluke Kazeem on your landmark academic achievement. You worked hard for it, and now the result is here. Our best wishes are always with you.”
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Young lady celebrates getting 5.0 CGPA in her first year
In similar news, a young Nigerian lady simply identified as Tobi has taken to social media to celebrate her outstanding first year result.
The lady with the Twitter handle @tobiolalandu posted a photo of her result in which she got an 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.”
Lady becomes best graduating student in corporate law
. previously reported that a Nigerian lady took to social media to celebrate her win after graduating as one of the top 10 best graduating students in corporate law out of over 1,700 students.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @_omobanjo, who is part of those that were called to bar, took to the social media platform to share the good news.
Congratulatory messages poured in for her from well-meaning Nigerians ever since she shared the good news.