Nigerian Student Breaks Record In Ghana University With 4.1 Out Of 4.2 CGPA (Pic)

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Nigerian student has scored an
unprecedented grade to
graduate from Ghana’s Accra
Institute of Technology (AIT).
Cookey Kingsley from Opobo
Nkoro local government area of Rivers State scored 4.1 out of 4.2
CGPA with grades of As and A+
from the university.
At the convocation ceremony,
Cookey was the cynosure of all
eyes where more than 20 Nigerian students graduated
with First Class honours.
The Electrical/Electronic
Engineering graduate attributed
his unprecedented feat to hard
work and perseverance. He said the university also
provided a convenient
atmosphere that aided his study.
According to him: “It wasn’t an
easy thing to do but I think that
one of the key things that aided me was the study environment
provided by my university.
“Graduating from AIT has aided
me with all the necessary skills
that I need to be a champion in
the society after here, whether as an entrepreneur or an
employee.”
The Accra Institute of
Technology—AIT is modelled
after two of the world’s most
renowned institutes of technologies, the California
Institute of Technology—
CALTECH ranked number one in
recent world university rankings
and the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology—MIT ranked number five.
It is a technology-focused
university, campus-based and
open university system with
students cutting across different
countries in Africa.