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Brilliant Nigerian lady receives her economics degree with a 4.90, wins top student honor’s



Jennifer Agbo, a talented Nigerian woman, graduated first in her class with the highest cumulative grade point average of 4.90 out of a possible 5.00 points.

Jennifer Agbo, an economist who graduated from the University of Nigeria in Nigeria with a bachelor’s degree, regarded her academic journey as difficult because she had to overcome several challenges.

Jennifer shared her accomplishment as the top-graduating student from the Economics Department and the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Nigeria on her LinkedIn page in order to encourage future academics.

“CGPA 4.9/5.0. Best Graduating Student in the Department of Economics at the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN).

Best Graduating Student of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, UNN,” she wrote.

She narrated further that she had experienced firsthand the challenges of balancing work and studies stating that her biggest motivation was her parents’ financial burden.

“I have experienced firsthand the challenges of balancing work and studies.

My biggest motivation was to alleviate my parents’ financial burden and ensure that my younger siblings would complete their education without constraints,” Jennifer wrote.

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Although I faced numerous obstacles, I persevered and emerged stronger.

I am convinced that I can conquer any challenge if I could endure the five most difficult years of my life,” she continued.

Jennifer thanked God for guiding her through her academic career and referred to her friends, family, and lecturers as her superheroes.

I am destined to accomplish great things, and this is just the beginning. I’m ready to work hard and dedicate myself to achieving my goals.