A brilliant Nigerian Engineer, Precious Osamudiamen Ighodaro has aced his Master’s degree and emerged as the best graduating student of Staffordshire University in the United Kingdom.
Precious Osamudiamen Ighodaro graduated from the University of Benin, Nigeria with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He thereafter proceeded to Staffordshire University in Stoke-on-Trent, England.
Celebrating his achievement through a post on LinkedIn, Precious stated that he earned his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems and scored an outstanding 80% Distinction.
“Right from my first day of class, I could tell it would be an amazing journey even though I knew it wasn’t going to be easy,” he said.
He expressed his honour to be the university’s best Master’s student of the class of 2022. “It was a great honour to have been the valedictorian and given the graduation speech,” he said.
“I will always be a product of Staffs to promote and represent Staffordshire University at any given opportunity,” he added.
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Precious thanked everyone that was part of his success story. “I wish the graduating class of 2022 all the best in their future endeavours. To everyone that was part of my success story, I say a big thank you,” he said.
The young scholar hopes to witness a future full of possibilities. “I look forward to future endeavours and opportunities and I know it is full of positivity”.
An Associate Professor at Staffordshire University, Dr Alison L Griffiths commended Precious for his incredible achievement. “Huge Congratulations Precious Osamudiamen Ighodaro all the best for your future! You made an extremely inspirational speech, many of our other graduates commented and applauded you, you really reached out to them – well done,” she said.