The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has announced that a total of 91 graduating students of who obtained Bachelor Degrees in different courses have graduated with First Class Honours from the institution.
At the first of the 2013 convocation ceremony held on Wednesday, the Varsity Vice Chancellor, Prof. Rahman Bello said a total of 2,353 students successfully completed their studies which cut across diplomas, certificates and degrees in the faculties of Arts, Education, environmental Sciences, Social sciences and Distance Learning Institute.
“An overall of 91 graduating students finished with First Class Honours. Amazingly, this year, our two best graduating students are Ibok Favour Asuquo of the department of Accounting with Cumulative Grade Point (CGPA) of 4.89 and Miss Gabtony Flora Nkeiru of the department of Psychology with CGPA of 4.88,” the Vice Chancellor said.
On the controversy that surrounds the name that will be contained on the certificate being issued to the students, Prof. Bello said the controversy has been resolved as the presidency has assured that the institution’s name still remain UNILAG and not Moshood Abiola University and as such the certificates to be issued to the students ” will be bear University of Lagos and not any other name.”