Ekiti State University awards best graduating students N2000, N250 respectively

Ekiti State University awards best graduating students N2000, N250 respectively

The Ekiti State University has awarded the best graduating student from the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Uwagwu Oluwadamilare Samuel, the sum of two thousand naira only.

The best graduating student from the Faculty of Arts, Fashina Aderonke Ashabi, was also awarded the sum of two hundred and fifty naira only.

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NAIJ.com notes that both individuals received the notification in separate letters dispatched from the Office of the Registrar of the institution.

They were further advised to get in touch with the bursary department to claim the cash prizes.

See copies of the letters:

Ekiti State University

Uwagwu Oluwadamilare Samuel was awarded the sum of N2000

Ekiti state University awards best graduating students N2000, N250 respectively

Fashina Aderonke Ashabi was awarded the sum of N250 only

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that Fuad Ogunsanya Adetoro, the best graduating student of the Lagos state University (LASU), was adopted by the state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, who also made a commitment to sponsor the former’s Masters programme in any university of his choice in the world.

The governor made the disclosure while delivering his address at the LASU 2016/2017 academic convocation.

For being the best graduating student with a Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) of 4.78, Ambode further gifted Adetoro with a cash sum of N5 million.

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