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One of the Muslim students of Unilag that emerged with first class, Labeebah Damilola Dhikrullah, and her father, Sheikh Dhikrullah Shafi’i at the ongoing convocation of the university

The University of Lagos convocated about 30 first class students among the Graduating members of the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, Unlag branch.

The formal chairman of the MSSN UNILAG EMSS Freshers’ Orientation Programme for the 2018/19 session, Alimi Adedeji, was the best graduating student with 5.98GP.

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Others are Hassan Salaudeen who was the MSSN UNILAG Amir (President) and Labeebah Damilola Dhikrullah, daughter of a popular Islamic scholar, Sheikh Dhikrullah Shafi’i.

The first-class Muslim students also include sensational ewi reciter and the head of Yoruba Unit at MSSN Lagos Information Department, Adebayo Ọlabode; and Sherifat Omosholape Oshoala, a relative of Nigeria’s Super Falcons captain and Barcelona attacker, Asisat Oshoala.

Others are Ojo Ademola Dawud (Accounting), Bakare Mubarak Oluwatosin (Geophysics), Muhammad Mustapha Abiola (Metallurgical and Materials Engineering), Yusuf Odunayo Iyabo (Finance) and Oluwatobi Quadri Raji (Petroleum and Gas Engineering).

They also include Habeeb Olusanya (Mechanical Engineering), Animashaun Musa Bolarinwa (Surveying and Geoinformatics), Abdulmajeed Arogundade Ayodele (Mechanical Engineering), Aishat Ololade Liasu (Electrical and Electronics Engineering).

Other Muslim students who graduated with first class are Ajao Habeebah Kikelomo (Geology), Musa Idris Olaleye (Education and Mathematics), Monsurat Adeniyi (Accounting), Abass Ajibola (Marine Biology), Shoroye Soffiyya Morenikeji (Botany), AbdulHafis Odunuga (Geography and Planning), Yunus Abidemi Ibrahim (Accounting), Badeji Aisha Eniola (Mass Communication), Arikewuyo Mojeed (Mathematics) and Habeeb Aderolu (Microbiology).

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According to The Tribune Online, the best graduating student, Alimi Adedeji, explained that MSSN UNILAG programmes and orientation assisted him in the achievement of his goal of graduating with a first class.

He said: “What I really like about MSSN was that its members are very supportive and they are doing very well in their academics. After the first semester in year one, the Society organised a programme – I can’t remember the name now – where they gave out N5,000 to those who made a 5.0 GP and they were always inviting me to programmes to inspire other people. And for you to inspire others, you have to be on top of your game. MSSN, UNILAG branch, regularly organises success dua during examinations which I never miss because one has to put Allah first at all times.

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