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General News of Wednesday, 10 August 2022


Nigerians celebrate 18-year-old as she graduates as a Software Engineer with first-class

Deborah Idumu graduated with a first class_Photo: Scholarship Region Deborah Idumu graduated with a first class_Photo: Scholarship Region

A Nigerian lady has caught the attention of many on social media with her outstanding academic result.

The 18-year-old identified as Deborah Idumu graduated as a Software Engineer with a first-class grade point.

Deborah, who graduated from Babcock University as the overall best student took to her LinkedIn profile to celebrate her success.

“B.Sc (hons) Software Engineering, First class honours, Best graduating student in Software Engineering,” she wrote on LinkedIn.

She explained further that not only does she have an outstanding academic performance, but she also served as the Director of welfare services during her time as a student of the institution.

Software Engineering is one of the fastest-growing academic programs in the world. In previous coverage of Scholarship Region, a brilliant Nigerian Lady named Obianuju Okafor became a scholar in Software Engineering after bagging her Master’s and PhD degrees from the University of North Texas, Texas, United States with a 100% grade point, noted.

She had her Bachelor’s Degree in Software Engineering from the Eastern Mediterranean University in Northern Cyprus.

She proceeded to the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, United States to further her education. In 2017, she started her Master’s degree program in Computer Engineering and graduated with distinction, scoring all the available 4.00 points.

Catherine Ebunu commented: "Congratulations and God bless you You have made us proud as a Nigerian"

Patty Doherty Lang said: "This year I’m seeing so many people of color especially young women succeeding in academics. It just fills me with joy."

Carolyn Hall wrote: "Congratulations! We're so proud of you and God is proud of you! God bless you and your family always"

Alex Ageh noted: "Only in the rich men private University or abroad will a 14yr old child can gain admission. I look forward to a new Nigeria where public Universities will admit a 13yr old child base on merit. Well Done Girl."

Eunice Okoye said: "Congratulations dear and continue to win, I tap this success and grateness for my children in Jesus name Amen."


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