A Nigerian student, Oluwabunmi Amosu, has bagged a Masters in Education and Society from the McGill University, Canada.
Ms. Amosun, an orphan who lost her father just last year, graduated with a distinction and perfect Cumulative Grade Point Average of 4.0/4.0.
She took to LinkedIn after her convocation ceremony to honor her late parents and dedicated her win to her “beloved father”.
She wrote: “Today, I am grateful to have graduated with a distinction and a perfect CGPA (4.0/4.0) at McGill University, Canada (M.A Education and Society).
“I had a total of 15A’s in all of my courses, a milestone that I am proud of! So much hard-work. I dedicate this WIN to my beloved father (Sewhenu Amosu) who I lost exactly one year ago (June 2nd, 2021).
“Dear Papa, today I walk across the stage in honor of you. I hope you and mummy are proud of me in heaven.
“Allow me to reintroduce myself: First class, LASU, Nigeria ; Winner and participant of MCF Summer Program @ Sciences Po, France; Distinction, McGill University, Canada; Winner of Dobson (MCF Awards).
“I am open to strategic partnership with international organizations, NGOs, private and public firms on developmental projects particularly in the field of education and girls empowerment.”
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