LASU produces first-ever first-class graduate in English Department

LASU produces first-ever first-class graduate in English Department

In a momentous achievement for the Department of English, Lagos State University (LASU) has produced its first-ever first-class graduate.

Taking to her Facebook page on Thursday, Adeyemi Shukroh Feranmi, the exceptional graduate, shared the news with great excitement.

She humbly attributed this accomplishment not to her own efforts alone but to the divine grace, consistency, diligence, excellence, and prayers which guided her throughout her undergraduate journey

Reflecting on her early days as a young and unfamiliar student, she recalled the challenges she faced and the determination she developed to find her place within the university’s walls. The combination of resilience, perseverance, commitment, and academic rigor prepared her for this distinguished honor.

Adeyemi remarked, “In what felt like an instant, the admiration I held for past graduates fueled my desire to surpass my own expectations.”

Moreover, she aspired not only to graduate as a first-class student but also to gain extensive experience, numerous awards, and certificates. Her involvement in various extracurricular activities earned her the title “The Queen of Multitasking,” further broadening her exposure, experience, and education.

Adeyemi Shukroh Feranmi

“Through thick and thin, overcoming the challenges of undergraduate life, facing missed exams, navigating marginalization, and enduring resource limitations, I emerged triumphantly, shattering barriers,” Adeyemi expressed.

Deeply grateful to those who paved the way before her, she acknowledged individuals such as Adejobi Oladele, Atanda Rafiat Mojisola, Faith Uzuegbu, Oladimeji Shotunde, and many others.

“I have seen the hard work that births everlasting success. Thank you so much for motivating me.

“My story has been recounted in my book titled ‘My Undergraduate Sojourn: Attaining Academic Excellence’ which will be published on July 1, 2023; exactly a year I earned a First Class Degree in the Department of English, Lagos State University,” Adeyemi revealed.

She jubilantly congratulated herself and her family, including Adeyemi Abdulrahman, Ibraheem Tiamiyu, Kafayat Onigbanjo, Adebiyi Teslim, Bello Olalekan, Asodiq Muslimat, Adeola Adeyemi, Murtadoh Gbolahan, Tiamiyu Harun, and Opeyemi, stating, “I take immense pride in my achievements!”

As she concluded, Adeyemi acknowledged that she is a product of divine blessings and a testament to the utmost caliber of a first-class graduate.

“I am The,” she declared confidently.

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