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Six students bag first class in Legacy University Okija

Six students in Legacy University recently graduated with first class results. This was disclosed by the Pro-Chancellor Dr Chief Leo Nkameme in a ceremony held at the university to celebrate the graduation of its maiden set. Speaking at the event the overjoyed Pro-Chancellor expressed his profound happiness with the overall outcome of the set's results, and enjoined the contnuing students to learn from them. He declared that a benchmark of success has been set by the outgoing set and challenged the other students to aspire to beat the benchmark. Meanwhile in his congratulatory speech, the Vice Chairman Board of Trustee Legacy University Chief Festus Onyima, told the students that nothing stands between them and success. He told the young graduands that they have been fully armed with their certificates to rule the world. The ceremony witnessed the award of recognition to the best graduating student Mr Chisom Okeke, who graduated with a cumulative point of 4.83.




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