Yusuf Taiye, a native of Oyun local government area of Kwara State, has narrated how a C grade in his final year stopped him from graduating with a first-class degree in economics with a margin of 0.01 at Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto.
While speaking with the Nigerian Tribune, Taiye, who graduated with a CGPA of 4.49, narrated how he studied daily throughout his stay but slightly missed meeting his target class of degree.
He added, “It just happened that I got a C in Economic Development Under Islamic Framework, a two-unit course, in my final. Had it been that I got a B, I would have hit 4.50.”
“Willingly, I would have loved to be a first-class graduate, which was much more possible judging from my performance, but I believed whatever you graduate with, you’ll surely land among the stars. The one point behind it says it all.”
“Thanks to my lecturers who tried to cajole me and count me among the best students in class. It’s just destined that I had to graduate with a 4.49.”
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