Orji Uzor Kalu Foundation Rewards UNN Best Graduating Students Since 2014

In a commendable initiative to promote academic excellence and encourage educational growth in Nigeria, former Abia State Governor Orji Uzor Kalu has been rewarding the University of Nigeria Nsukka’s (UNN) best graduating students since 2014 through the Orji Uzor Kalu Foundation.
Kalu made this announcement recently, highlighting the foundation’s commitment to supporting education as the best legacy for all.
During the 52nd convocation ceremony of the University of Nigeria Nsukka, Kalu congratulated the winners of the foundation’s awards and expressed his admiration for the high CGPA scores achieved by the students.
The overall best graduating student, Ejiofor Chizoba Victor, from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science, earned a CGPA of 4.93, while Ugwoke Cornelius Chinemeogo, a student of the Economics Department in the Faculty of Social Sciences, achieved a CGPA of 4.81.
Orji Uzor Kalu emphasized the importance of educational support and the role it plays in shaping a child’s future.
The Orji Uzor Kalu Foundation’s initiative to reward UNN’s best graduating students is a testament to its dedication to fostering academic excellence and encouraging students to strive for success in their educational pursuits.
By recognizing and rewarding the outstanding academic achievements of these students, the foundation aims to inspire future generations to pursue excellence in their studies and contribute positively to society.
Through its consistent support of education, the Orji Uzor Kalu Foundation is making a significant impact on the educational landscape in Nigeria, promoting a culture of excellence and achievement among students.
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