50 NIGERIAN BAGGED FIRST CLASS HONOUR IN MALAYSIS



At Linton University College Malaysia, There are about 253 that graduated in various academic disciplines at the 2015 convocation ceremony, out of which 50 Nigerians came out with first class honours.
Report from the Petroleum Technology Development Fund, states that among the 253 Nigerian there are 35 PTDF scholars who graduated at the 2015 convocation ceremony which was done in collaboration with University of East London and Coventry University, United Kingdom.

The Fund, in a statement issued in Abuja on Friday said, “Altogether 50 Nigerian graduates distinguished themselves with first class honours degrees, among whom were 13 PTDF scholars who earned first class degrees in Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Business Management and Civil Engineering.”
The Acting High Commissioner of Nigeria to Malaysia, Mrs. Janet Odeka, according to the statement, said the unprecedented achievement of the Nigerian scholars in the university in Malaysia had contributed in creating a positive image for Nigerians living in the country.
She said, “I am really excited and grateful because this is the first time we are having such number of graduates who produced good results such as first class and second class upper. We have had students from Nigeria who were involved in criminal activities and other immoral acts, but for the first time we are celebrating something we should be proud of as Nigerians and I wish to appeal to Nigerians here that they should emulate what these graduands have done to attract a good name for Nigeria.”


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