Abdulrasheed AbdulKareem Akere and Mohammed Oluwatimileyin Taoheed report,
As the management of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, held her annual 42nd Matriculation Ceremony for the newly admitted 2021/2022 students, the accurate and outstanding media press outfit, PEN PRESS UDUS has a live interview session with the new students of UDUS where they expressed their gladness for being admitted into UDUS and vowed to try their possible best to graduate with First-Class.
Hammad Temilade Abidat, a 100-Level student of Education Economics expressed her gladness for being admitted as a new student of UDUS, vowed to graduate with first-class.
“Although I applied for Pure Economics, my course was changed to Economics and Education. I am super happy with my new course as I will be bagging two degrees at a time which are Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor Of Education,” she noted.
She, however, noted that she aims to work at a big firm at the end of her study or become a Lecturer.
Kawthar Motunrayo, a 100-Level student of Education Economics whose course was changed from Accounting expressed her happiness over his matriculation ceremony, vowed to graduate with first-class.
I wish to graduate with first-class and I am working towards it, ” she said.
Isiaq Mujamin, 100-Level Education and Economics student also feel delighted for being among the matriculated students into UDUS, adding that he hopes to finish with first-class.
Oyindamola Shukroh, a newly admitted student of the Department Of Modern European Languages and Linguistics, Literature in English Unit considers being admitted into UDUS as a privilege out of 16,000 UDUS applicants, added that if Allah wills, she would graduate with first-class.
“If I don’t graduate with the first class, I prefer the class of degree that I will be proud of, ” she stated.
Janet Bala Sule is a Mass Communication Student said:
“I wish to graduate with First class.”
Shuaib Barakat, a 100-Level student of Pure Chemistry also explained that she wishes to graduate first-class, noting that a second-class upper degree is not bad.

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