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“Champions League Sweet, I Don’t Like Missing the Matches” – UI Best Graduating Student In Math

Temitope Victor Oyedeji, the University Of Ibadan (UI), best graduating student of mathematics has spoken about his love for football especially champion league matches which are usually scheduled on Tuesday and Wednesday night.

Temitope has said he never jokes with Champions League matches on Wednesday and Tuesday, especially the ones that involve Barcelona.

The young graduate was also known as a good athlete in the University, in 2020/2021 he emerged the best sportsman of the year.

On speaking about how she still managed to graduate with first-class and bagging 48-awards despite being social on the campus, He said it was not an easy task, adding that it happened through perseverance, discipline, and hard work.

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Temitope stated that while he was in school, he made sure he read even if he was stressed. What kept him going through those tough times were the benefits he believed he would reap after everything.

He said: “I risked the unusual because I didn’t want to settle for the ordinary. I had a lot of fantasies, imagined graduating top, being on the news, getting scholarships and awards…”

On his reading pattern, the first-class mathematics graduate revealed that he got easily bored whenever he read for a long time. To achieve much with short reading time, he made judicious use of it. After reading, he always meditated.

On his love for football, he said: “I never joke with champions league matches on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, especially the ones that involve Barcelona. I remember watching football into the nights before exam on few occasions…”.

I am yet to be rewarded by UI

Temitope mentioned during the course of the interview that his school is yet to reward him. He hopes that it would be done during his convocation in November 2022.

According to him, he is still looking at different options for his postgraduate studies.

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