A brilliant Nigerian lady named Adejumo Hafsoh has graduated as a Pharmacist from the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria, and was awarded six notable awards as the best graduating student.
Adejumo Hafsoh bagged her bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria major courses. She graduated as the best-graduating student in the university’s faculty of pharmacy.
Hafsoh shared her achievement of graduating as a pharmacist on her LinkedIn stating that she was not only inducted as a Pharmacist, she was also awarded the best-graduating student in two of her major courses, and the faculty.
She was awarded the best-graduating student in the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and the Department of Pharmaceutical Microbiology. Hafsoh said she is very much excited about her achievement noting that she was presented sic awards by the Pharmaceutical Association of Nigeria.
Hafsoh mentioned that she entered the university without a clear understanding of how to handle the challenges of the pharmacy department and was uncertain about maintaining her passion for other interests while studying for the degree.
However, she successfully achieved excellent results crediting her hard work, late-night readings, and study sessions which smoothened her path into the Pharmacy Profession.
She said as she had taken the oath during her induction, she pledged not only to mirror the values of the profession but also to steadfastly uphold the principles of the Pharmacy Profession.
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Hafsoh attributed her success to her parents, siblings friends, and colleagues for their support, motivation, and encouragement saying she would not have excelled exceptionally without them.