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Why I was surprised to be named FUTA Best Graduating Student – Taiwo Oluyale

A young brilliant lady named Taiwo Oluyale, a 2020 graduate of Federal University of Technology, Akure, with first-class honours has stated that she was surprised when to be named the school’s valedictorian.

Taiwo and her twin sister, Kehinde Oluyale, went viral on the internet as the duo emerged only at the top of their class in the Department of Building Technology.

Kehinde had followed closely with a 4.82 CGPA while her sister Taiwo took the lead with a 4.89 CGPA. Anyway, both sisters finished excellently well as both had bagged first class in a grand style.

READ ALSO: Valedictory Speech: I never competed to be the best, I only strive to achieve excellence — FUTA Overall Best Student

Taiwo revealed recently on her LinkedIn page that she was surprised when she realized that she was named the valedictorian, which implied she was the overall best student to have graduated in her set.

She was surprised because she said she had never competed to be the best.

“I was surprised to be named the Valedictorian because I never competed to be the best, I only strive for perpetual excellent and fortunately other things were added to me,” she said.

Taiwo added that: “In retrospect, I remembered how I was totally away from school for more than two months. Myself, my parents, doctors, and colleagues were all so scared and worried.

“I cried on several occasions that God should heal me so I can return to school. I never gave up hope, I was determined.

“I eventually returned to school to do marathon reading, submitted all assignments, did some make-up test and wrote the exam for that semester. It was the most challenging period of my life” Taiwo said.

She further advised that In everything one does, one should try as much as possible to deliver the utmost quality, whether at school or workplace.

WRITTEN BY UMAR IBRAHIM

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