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Ifeoma Onuike Makes Nigeria Proud Again Abroad

In 2017, the 26-year-old Nigerian student, Ifeoma Onuike was celebrated as the best graduating student at the Girne American University in Cyprus after completing her B.Sc program in Law finishing with 3.99,  this genius has attained another great feat again.

Ifeoma has made the country proud once again with her intellectual achievement on the international scene as she graduated with a perfect score of 4.00 in her MSC Program from the same institution, Girne American University.

Ifeoma hails from Ukwulu in Dunukofia local government area of Anambra state,starting her early education in Infant Jesus Nursery and Primary School Kubwa, Freedom Academy Nursery and Primary school Kubwa and L.E.A. Primary School Kubwa, all in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. Her secondary education was at Government Secondary School Kubwa Abuja, Government Secondary School Nakere, Nassarawa state. After several attempts to gain admission to study Law in different Nigerian universities, she got admitted into the prestigious University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu state where she studied Business Management and graduated in 2012. Subsequently, when the opportunity came to go to North Cyprus to study English common law, it was like starting all over from the beginning but she took it in good faith.

The intelligent lady revealed how she wanted to be a doctor but life and experiences influenced her change. She mentioned that Law was her second choice and the profession was one that she admired.

While speaking on her achievement, she dropped a word of advice for students aspiring to be like her were “Do not hold back, ‘push on, pursue it and persevere in it’. It may hurt sometimes YES, it’s hard YES, but is it profitable absolutely? YES. I passed through it as well, you can log on to my column Diaspora Talk with Onuike to read my story.”

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