Brilliant 18-year-old lady graduated as top software engineering student at Babcock University

  • A pretty recent Babcock University graduate took to social media to talk about her academic achievements
  • Deborah Idumu graduated with a first class in software engineering and became the top student in her program.
  • The driven young woman was also director of social services while at university

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A beautiful young woman recently took to social media to announce her latest academic achievement.

The post seen by on the LinkedIn Timeline from Deborah Idumu revealed to her that she had successfully completed her bachelor’s degree in software engineering with first-class honors.

Deborah in her gorgeous graduation outfit posing for the camera Photo Credit: Deborah Idumu/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

According to the 18-year-old, she also became Babcock University’s top software engineering graduate student. Deborah mentioned that at school she was the director of social services.

His actual message read;

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“B.Sc (hons) Software Engineering✅, First class honors✅, Best Graduate Student in Software Engineering✅, Director of Social Services, Babcock University Graduating Class✅ and 18-year-old graduate✅”

Many who saw the post took to the comments section to congratulate Deborah. At the time of this publication, more than 2,400 reactions and nearly 260 comments have been accumulated.

Some of the comments have been highlighted below by;

Samuel Ushie commented:

wow! It’s a big success there! Congratulations Cheri

Peace Eboh Ameh wrote:

Inspiring! Congratulations. Good work

Udodi ifeanyi Chiedozie replied:

Cheers lovely / Kudos dear

From Chidinma Joy Onwuegbulem:

Wow! congratulations darling

Chinedu Uzim commented:

Whaaaaaaaa!!!! Congratulations I draw on your blessings ☺️

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a brilliant Ghanaian girl by the name of Hillary Nana Yaa Owusu recently took to social media to share another of her achievements after becoming the second best graduating student in her telecommunications engineering class at KNUST.

The post seen by on @goldenhillarie’s Twitter timeline, she announced that she had acquired a fully-funded scholarship to pursue a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland.

In an interview with Hillary spoke about her reaction when she found out she had a full commute to pursue her doctorate.

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