Chrisland University has graduated 44 students, out of which 5 obtained first class honours with a female student, Miss Kave Martha from the Department of Criminology and Security Studies emerging the overall best graduating student with 4.85 CGPA.
This was disclosed by the Vice Chancellor, Prof Chinedum Peace Babalola on Tuesday at the 3rd Convocation and prize giving ceremonies of the institution.
The convoction was held at the university Auditorium on Tuesday, 8th December, 2021.
Babalola noted that Miss Kave Martha from the Department of Criminology and Security Studies emerged overall best graduating student with 4.85 CGPA.
The vice chancellor explained that 44 students graduated with five of them bagging first class, saying that all the students had all excelled in learning and character.
Babalola urged the graduating students to continue to be a good ambassador of the school wherever they found themselves.
Speaking on behalf of other students, the overall best graduating student Miss Kave Martha thanked the University management for giving them the very best that no other institution would have given them.
In a chat with CEOAFRICA, Martha stated that she was able to make the first class as a result of hard work, being focused and setting a goal, determination and pushing it forward.
She advised other students to always push for the very best and whatever that is worth doing, they should do it well.
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