Abia Indigene Emerges Best Graduating Student, Faculty Of Arts, LASU

By Ikenga Chronicles May 16, 2019

Abia Indigene Emerges Best Graduating Student, Faculty Of Arts, LASU

The trend of Abia State indigenes brandishing stellar academic records has continued as an indigene of the state, Miss Faith Chidinma Uzuegbu, has emerged the overall best graduating student of the Faculty of Arts, at the Lagos State University (LASU).

Miss Uzuegbu, who is of the Department of English, and a native of Obuohia, Obi-Ibere, in Ikwuano Local Government Area of Abia State, Nigeria, emerged the joint best graduating student with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.41.

Miss Faith Chidinma Uzuegbu, who has a history of academic excellence, was part of the Lagos State University debate team that overcame stiff completion from eight other universities, at the LASU Inter-varsity Debate competition 2018, to emerge winners, with a score of 85.5%.

Miss Faith Chidinma Uzuegbu

Chairperson of the Political Affairs Committee, of the African Youth Assembly Freetown 2019, which is a programme of the African Youth Diplomacy Forum (AYDF), Miss Uzuegbu was in 2017, named the best orator at the Lagos State University Inter-varsity Debate competition, while in 2018, she emerged the best speaker at the 2018 Clash of the Sages Competition held at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

In 2017, Faith distinguished herself at the 9th and 10th Nigerian Tertiary Institutions Model United Nations Conference by emerging as the best delegate of the Human Rights Council. This subsequently led to her appointment as the rapporteur of the Lagos State University Model United Nations Society.

She was further appointed the Deputy Secretary General of the 11th Nigerian Tertiary Institutions Model United Nations Conference. Due to her invaluable contributions towards the success of the conference, she received the coveted award of the best female conference official.

In 2018, Faith Uzuegbu also served as the rapporteur of the General Assembly at the maiden Lagos State University Model United Nations Conference.

Meanwhile, encomiums have continued to pour in, in celebration of Miss Uzuegbu’s amazing feat, with members of the Obuohia Development Union, Obi-Ibere (ODU) describing her achievement as a thing of pride for the community and ample proof that the community is blessed with brilliant sons and daughters who can stand their ground in the midst of the world’s best.

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