A recent graduate from the University of Ibadan, Abraham John has attributed his excellent results to the workings of grace in his life. Abraham John while he was on campus was a Computer Science student from the prestigious Faculty of Science.
In his appreciation tweet, Abraham tweeted “Looking for the definition of grace? Don’t look too far.
A fair start, great finishing. This may be a motivation, this may be a charge. Having a 2:1 in 100 Level wasn’t something I would have ever wished for, but of what use is crying over spilt milk?
I finished from the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Ibadan with a First Class grade, even with the very herculean CGPA scale. I didn’t give anything to chance, as I also ensured participation in different sectors on campus.”
He further tweeted “Some activities I involved in; •VOLUNTEERING
• CAMPUS AMBASSADOR, COWRYWISE
• LEAD DESIGNER, GOOGLE DEVELOPER STUDENTS’ CLUB
• MULTIMEDIA COORDINATOR, FOURSQUARE STUDENTS’ FELLOWSHIP, UI
• PRO, FSF UI
• ORGANISING SECRETARY, FSF UI
• PASTOR IN CHARGE OF 100 LEVEL, FSF UI,
The list above is not exhaustive.
It wasn’t an easy ride, but I’m grateful to God for the grace to pull through.
I hope to further my studies in the field of SOFTWARE ENGINEERING and PRODUCT DESIGN.
I am IKO–OJO, and this is my story. “
The story of Abraham John is similar to other graduates and they can serve as inspiration for undergraduates who are still in the process of learning whose focus is on graduating with a first-class.