Apagu Jonah Wabba has emerged as the overall best graduating student in the University of Jos 2019/2020 Session. Jonah Wabba graduated from the Department of Electric Electronic in the Faculty of Engineering with 1st class position, CGPA 4.94.
After graduating with a first class in Engineering from the University of Jos, I feel satisfied and fulfilled, knowing that I’ve been able to achieve something very important during my time at the University of Jos. I am also eager to see what is waiting for me out there and how I can play my part in making Nigeria and the world a better place. Overall, I feel satisfied and happy that I’ve been able to achieve one of my targets.
A shining star, Esther Panden emerged as the best-graduating nursing student from the prestigious University of Jos.
Esther’s journey is not just a personal triumph; it is a testament to the indomitable spirit that she possesses, her academic prowess, coupled with a deep commitment to the field of nursing, has set her apart as a beacon of excellence.
Esther’s success is not solely measured by her academic achievements; it is a reflection of her compassionate heart and unwavering commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. Her journey serves as an inspiration to aspiring nurses, reminding them that excellence is not merely an accomplishment but a continuous pursuit.
Duamlong set an academic record for graduating as the best student with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 4.32 at 70 years old, as announced by the vice-chancellor of the university, Professor Tanko Ishaya.
The artist is a native of Shendam Local Government Area of Plateau State and has spent his whole life in the sports industry; he will clock 70 years old in July 2023. Baba Duamlong was a one-time coach of Nigeria’s senior football team, Super Eagles. In this interview with The Education Report at his Rantiya residence in Jos, while painting some artworks, he gave insights into his switch to the world of art, color and painting, the secret of his academic record of 4.32 CGPA, and his conferment with a first degree at 70 years old.
A Nigerian lady, Haruna Abigail Awadzi who graduated top of her class has attributed her academic feat to the grace of God, hard work, and determination to succeed against all odds.
Awadzi from Arikpa, Nasarawa State emerged as the Best Graduating Student (BGS) in Pharmacy from the University of Jos.
Speaking with n-Mirror after her oath-taking and induction as a Pharmacist, Awadzi said she had to deny herself of several social activities and concentrate on her studies coupled with the help of God to sustain this enviable educational attainment.
The UNIJOS Best Graduand, however, noted that achieving the feat would have been impossible without the sacrificial support of her parents as well as the favorable disposition of her lecturers who are always willing to help their students