A brilliant Nigerian lady named Yusuf Imoitesemeh Aminat has broken the 40-year-old record of Lagos state university (LASU), Nigeria after scoring a perfect 5.00 cumulative grade point average and emerged as the overall best-graduating student.
Yusuf Aminat bagged her degree from the Faculty of Law in Lagos state university, Nigeria with the highest-grade point average which made her the overall best student of the 2021/2022 academic session.
She remained outstanding all through the five-year course in school scoring A in all the tests and examinations she participated in.
The Vice-chancellor of LASU, Professor Ibiyemi Olatunji Bello announced her as the top of all 282 first class graduates that was recorded for the 2021/2022 session with a 5.00 GPA which is the first in the institution’s 40 years of history. She described her achievement as a laudable feat for her faculty and the university.
“I’m glad to announce Yusuf Imoitesemeh Aminat with a CGPA of 5.00 first class honors is LASU’s best-graduating student in 40 years history. I congratulate her, her family, and the faculty of law on this laudable feat,” she said.
The VC also added that Aminat’s dedication and craving for excellence earned her the honor and N500,000 cash prize from the university management.
Celebrating her daughter’s achievement, Halimat Yusuf shared a post on her Facebook to congratulate Aminat.
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“What God cannot do does not exist, my daughter, AMINAT IMOITESEMEH YUSUF has make me proud for being the best-graduating student in the history of LASU, To God be the glory,” she said proudly.