"From CGPA of 3.8 to a 1st class graduate" - Ohwesi Oyindamola shares her amazing grad experience

Ohwesi Oyinda was one of the students awarded with a First class degree in Mass Communication on Sunday. She took to her IG page to share the beautiful grad pic above and shared her amazing experience, congrats to her! Read her beautiful story below;
"Getting into Babcock University was the very last thing I wanted but as fate would have it, I came in. I resumed 2 weeks to final exam, as a matter of fact the very last student to me registered in, in my set and in the first week, I had to run around offices because my school officers wasn't going to register me as a student but God eventually showed up through prof. Nwosu. So I had one week of teaching myself with the help and support of few of my coursemates who gave their notes to photocopy (Owolabi Bashirat and Omife David).
I remember telling God that, have had enough of down moments and am not ready to be a failure. Wrote the exam and had a cgpa of 3.8 no carry over and I knew God had something all cooked up for me here.
I went on with that spirit and semester in, semester out cgpa kept growing and sometimes dropping which I was grateful for cos I knew God had something he wanted we to work on...project came, I cried taya ehn but that is where the right friends come in, we just were there for ourselves!
Now, it seems like yesterday when it all started but guess what, I came out excellent! Made my mark here and my name will surely ring a bell!
From the last to be admitted to a lady of honour, values, leadership, Respect, Principles which a lot of course mates have had to dislike but then respect so much, I just made impact beyond the quest of B.sc- voluntarily taken up the class rep role for 3 sessions, MCSA electoral committee, department tutorial teacher, student Choir Leader for Prince Emmanuel Chapel, OAP at the campus radio...
You see ehn, life will shake you but in the midst of it, God is always there to hold you steady and lead you but it's always at His own Perfect Time! Faith is trust, patience, gratitude and believe! 
It's a whole new day for me! 
#latestgraduate #B.sc hon #MCSA #oriongraduatingclass #firstclass #grateful #BabcockUniversity"


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