UNILAG understudy graduate |5.0 CGPA

UNILAG understudy graduate with 5.0 CGPA

UNILAG understudy graduates with 5.0 CGPA Daniel-Dada-Ayodele-UNILAGA certain Daniel Dada Ayodele has set a record in the University of Lagos (UNILAG) after he made a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.00. The understudy has composed his name in the college's record book as the principal understudy to graduate with what the Vice Chancellor, Professor Rahmon Bello has labeled an "immaculate score".


UNILAG understudy graduate. Daniel Dada Ayodele has set a record in the University of Lagos (UNILAG) after he made a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.00.

The understudy has composed his name in the college’s record book as the principal understudy to graduate with what the Vice Chancellor, Professor Rahmon Bello has labeled an “immaculate score”.

The VC, while tending to a pre-meeting question and answer session at the college’s Senate Chamber on Wednesday, revealed that Ayodele, an understudy of the Psychology division is one of the 178 First Class understudies ‎that would graduate amid the three-day conference program. ‎

UNILAG understudy graduates with 5.0cgpa

By This year, a record has been set. A graduating understudy in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Mr Ayodele Daniel Dada is graduating with a CGPA of 5.00.

An impeccable score. This implies he scored An’s in all courses he took in the project. I compliment the graduate with a First Class‎”, the elated VC said gladly.

Bello included that the college was glad to set another record in the scholarly part with the excellent execution of Ayodele.

The VC, while giving a breakdown of the quantity of graduating understudies said 5,472 students and 5,435 postgraduates, including the 177 others, who will be stowing First Class degree‎ authentications alongside Dada.

The 2014/2015 assembly programs, which has formally commenced with the media instructions, will likewise highlight a meeting address anticipated that would be conveyed by the Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonaya Onu on Monday, February 29.

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