There is this stereotype that pharmacy is a course you have 1% chance of making first class in.
Infact to gain admission into the department is not easy, so for one to study it in the university is already a blessing on its own.
Some might argue that it is only in federal universities that one has to work that hard just to study pharmacy, which could be true depending on the school.
Now, imagine studying pharmacy in one of the well respected federal universities in the nation and also coming out as the best graduating student.
A very brilliant Nigerian lady has proven that stereotype type is a state of mind and can easily be broken.
The young lady Zainab Muhammad Wakil, has bagged a first class degree in Pharmacy from the University of Maiduguri.
She took to her Twitter page ON 10th of June and revealed that she graduated with a 4.93 CGPA out of 5.0.
A photo of Zainab proudly rocking her graduation grown is currently circulating on social media platforms.
She is the best graduating student among the recently inducted Pharmacy students of the University.
Pharm. Zainab Muhammad Wakil emerges as the overall Best Graduating Student of Unimaid’s 17th Oath-taking/Induction Ceremony with a CGPA of 4.93.
She is an indigene of Yobe state and the daughter of the APC Chairman of Yobe state. pic.twitter.com/hjGUV8zMjB
— Pharmacy My Profession (@PMP_Rx) June 9, 2023