An exceptional 22-year-old Lady, Olivia Kamsi Muoka has been awarded as the best graduating of the University of Calabar, Nigeria after scoring an outstanding 4.74 out of a possible 5.00 cumulative grade points.
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Olivia Kamsi Mouka graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science (MLS). She expressed happiness to have concluded her undergraduate education with such amazing results and records.
“It is often said that everything that has a beginning has an ending. I am glad to have ended this phase and I am super excited (but just a little terrified) for the next phase,” Olivia Kamsi Mouka wrote on LinkedIn.
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“Talking about beautiful endings, I’m pleased to have capped my journey towards a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Calabar as the overall best-graduating student of the 2019/2020, and 2020/2021 sessions, as well as the valedictorian at the just concluded 35th & 36th convocation ceremony,” she added.
She expressed appreciation to all her well-wishers, highlighting that she receives and reads all their beautiful messages.
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“These past few days, I’ve read the most thoughtful and beautiful messages than I have ever read in my lifetime. I may not have been able to reply each and every one of them but I’m so thankful, so so thankful,” she said.
The 22-year-old Olivia gave all glory to God for seeing her through her academic journey. “To God be all the glory and honor!” she said.
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