Feb. 2, 2022 | Author | 0 Comments
Chrisland University’s Best Graduating Student, Martha Kave Bags Aig-Imoukhuede Foundation’s Intern Scholarship at Access Bank
Chrisland University’s 2020/2021 overall best graduating student, Miss Martha Kave has bagged the Aig-Imoukhuede Foundation’s Intern scholarship at Access Bank, following her impressive academic strides.
It would be recalled that Miss Martha Kave recorded a groundbreaking feat of graduating with a cumulative grade point average of 4.90 at the Universty’s 3rd Convocation ceremony held in December, 2021.
The disclosure of the scholarship for the best graduating student was made known during a chat with Chairman Coronation Capital and Founder of Aig-Imokhuede Foundation, Mr. Aigboje Aig-Imokhuede on Wednesday, 2nd February, 2022.
While reacting on the scholarship, Miss Kave revealed that she had always nurtured the dream of topping her class with good grades through hard work, focus and determination, as well as being intentional about her set goals.
“Being the best graduating student in my set is an indication of academic achievement because it was a goal I intentionally set. To be the best graduating senior of my set was one of my goals” she said.
Erstwhile, Miss Kave, who was the Former Chair Person of Students’ Caretaker Committee, and Student Chaplain, commended the Institution’s lecturers for being passionate about their work and their efforts in ensuring students excel in all academic activities.
The Criminology graduate explained that being ambition-driven, highly organized, results- oriented and an excellent communicator also contributed to her academic excellence.
She appreciated the family of Aig-Imokhuede for the scholarship, noting that their support has catapulted her dreams into reality.
Miss Kave lauded the Chancellor of Chrisland University, High Chief Dr. Mrs. Winifred Awosika, OON, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mrs. Chinedum Peace Babalola, FAS, and members of staff of the Institution for helping her achieve this exceptional feat.
No fewer than five students bagged First Class honors during the Institution’s 3rd Convocation Ceremony which was held at the University Auditorium on Wednesday, 8th December, 2021.
The five first class graduates emerged from the Departments of Criminology and Security Studies, Computer Science, Mass Communication and Microbiology.
Miss Martha Kave graduated from the department of Criminology and Security Studies.
Besides being the overall best graduating student, she was also adjudged best well-behaved graduating student, female category.
Prior to her graduation, Miss Kave served meritoriously and portrayed diligence in hard work, multi-tasking, leadership, profitability, and service to God.