Covenant University Best graduating student with a CGPA of 4.93 in Electrical/ Electronics Engineering. Meet Nnadi Nnedimkpa Susan.
A Nigerian lady has today emerged the best graduating student in Engineering from covenant university with first class honours. Nnedimkpa Nnadi Susan graduated from the private University with a 4.93 GPA.
Her excited father, Uche Nnadi took to Facebook to share the news and wrote:
My baby, my queen, my one and only daughter..Nnadi Nnedimkpa Susan..graduates from the topmost private university in Nigeria, Covenant University, Otta, Ogun State, with a 1st Honours Degree in Electrical/ Electronics Engineering. She also came out the best graduating student in the school of engineering with a GPA of 4.93 out of 5; garnering so many awards along the way.
Susan is very much at home with the very top excellent performance both in character and learning. For instance, she was on top of her class throughout her rather a short stint at Ruby Model School, Maiduguri, Borno State; she came out the best graduating student from Our Lady of Apostles (OLA) Nursery and Primary School, Benin City, Edo garnering over 70% of all the awards available that year; At Louisville Girls Secondary School, she was the school Head Girl and came out the best graduating student, with the best result ever since the school was established making Nine straight A1 in each of the subjects she sat for & all Alpha in her IGSE exams. For that feat, she won for herself the sum of One Million Naira (#1,000,000) plus numerous non-cash awards. She was also the valedictorian for that year!
One can safely say that Nnadi Nnedimkpa Susan is a very special and unique child of God from birth. While other mothers are having a hard time weaning their children off breast suckling, Nnedi weaned herself from suckling at the tender age of 8 months, and also stopped herself from tooling in her diapers at a very, very tender age. It is on record that her mother and I have never had any cause to spank her for once all through her life. And not because she is a girl or because we have become “Americanized” parents who would rather spare the rod and spoil the child. No, not at all! She just never presented any cause for either of us to do so!
Nee, Nee My Daughter (as I fondly call her) your mum and me, your other siblings and, of course, the entire NNADI family with all our friends and well wishers have every cause to roll out the drums and celebrate you today and always. We wish you nothing but the very best in all your future endeavours as go forth into the world with a contributor, instead of a consumer, mentality in a bid to make the world a better place to live in for all humanity. You have done it before; you can do it again, and even much better. This, we pray, you will actualize in impeccable health, sound mind and excellent spirit! Do remain ever richly blessed and favoured! We are proud of you, Nee, Nee my daughter! Daddy.