UNILAG Student Sets New Academic Record

By : Dayo Fasasi,

DADA AYODELE

The University of Lagos UNILAG, has produced students with highest CGPA in the University since its inception in 1962 .

 The university authority announced that Daniel Dada Ayodele, of psychology department has emerged the  student  with the  highest CGPA in the history of the institution.

Daniel, will be the star to watch out for during the 2014/2015 Convocation of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) next week.

The convocation programs, which has formally kicked off with the press briefing will also feature a convocation lecture to be delivered by the Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonaya Onu on Monday, February 28.

The Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof Rahamon Bello, during a pre-convocation briefing Wednesday, described Daniel’s results as a perfect score record.

Bello, said that the Psychology student is one of the 178 First Class students ‎that would graduate during the three-day convocation program.

According to the VC, the university was glad to break another academic ground, saying the candidate showed exceptional academic performance.

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

“A perfect score. This means he scored A in all courses he took in the program. I congratulate the graduate with a First Class‎” Bello added.

Prof. Bello also said a total of 10,907 students will be graduating including 5,472 undergraduates and 5,435 postgraduates, adding that a total of 178 others will be bagging First Class degree‎ certificates.

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