The First Class Diary

First Class Diary: Edugist Celebrates Her Female Scholars

Written by Abigael Ibikunle

In commemoration of the World International Women’s Day, we want to specially celebrate all our female scholars that have been featured on the weekly First Class Diary series so far.

Women are very important beings and without them, the world would not be a complete place. You would obviously agree with that. So, we celebrate all our female scholars and all the female scholars out there.

So far, we have featured five amazing young female scholars on this series. Please see a brief description of their interview.

In case you missed out on their interview, you have another opportunity to read through by clicking on their names.

Enjoy!

1.

Barrister Precious

Scholars

Barrister Precious

Barrister Precious is a double first class lawyer

It is no gainsaying that the market is changing. And what is obtainable before is no longer obtainable. As it is, graduates must be able to deliver what they claim they have

2. Mary Ofure

Female Scholars

Mary Ofure

 

Mary Ofure graduated as the overall best student in UI for 2018/2019 academic session.

Performance is just based on couple of other factors. Competence will always be there as far as you continue doing it over and over again. This performance is just as a result of things that motivates you…

3. Damilare Kazeem

Scholars

Damilare Kazeem

Damilare Kazeem is a young charming scholar with insightful points.

There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world. Those who are afraid to try and those who are afraid you will succeed

 

4. Ameenat Yusuf

Scholars

Ameenat Yusuf

Ameenat Yusuf is an amazing young scholar and the second female featured on the series.

While growing up, I used to watch my father discuss politics with our neighbours. I would ask him questions for clarity purpose. I’d say that partly ignited the interest of political science in me- Ameenat Yusuf

 

5. Eze Nwamaka Antoinette

Scholars

Amaka

Amaka is a Commonwealth scholar and happens to be the very first female scholar featured on this series.

As a child, I knew I was going to become a scientist. I gradually nurtured a deep interest in science. It is quite funny whenever I recall that my first encounter with science was Dexters Laboratory,” a cartoon based on science

Are you a scholar? Would you love to be featured on this series? Please reach out to abigail@edugist.org or call +2347035835612

 

See you next week!

Authors

About the author

Abigael Ibikunle

Associate Correspondent at Edugist, Abigael Ibikunle is a Mathematics Education graduate. A professional Journalist and a passionate writer. She can be reached via: abigail@edugist.org/+2347035835612

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