UniAbuja Best Graduating Student Now Begs For Job

Talatu Adamu, 22-year-old graduate of the University of Abuja, who emerged as the ovarall best student, has begged the Federal Government, the Federal Capital Territory administration and multinational companies to help her with a good job for her to take care of her parents.

Miss Adamu made the plea in Kuje, Abuja during a public lecture and celebration in her honour as the overall best graduating student of the university.

Main Entrance, UniAbuja. Photo: Daily Trust
Main Entrance, UniAbuja. Photo: Daily Trust

22-year-old Talatu graduated from the Chemistry Department in the 2018/2019 academic session with a Cumulative GPA of 4.82.

According to her, getting a job would enable her to meet her needs and those of her parents who struggled to put her through school.

The outstanding graduate thanked her loving parents for their love and support during her stay in school and called on the FG to give adequate priority to girl-child education in the country, adding that the present generation in FCT was coming up strong with outstanding knowledge in different academic fields.

She called on the FCT Senator, Phillip Aduda and the Area Council Administration, to strengthen and revitalize the scholarship scheme to help students from poor homes in FCT to advance in education.


  1. If the university of Abuja cannot give her automatic employment, then there’s something wrong with the institution’s administration.

  2. An overall best graduate should not be begging for jobs but rather creating jobs.this is the problem with the Nigerian educational system, instead of going to school for empowerment we go for certificates intending to be employed later how about all the university knowledge that supposedly made u the best is the not something amongst that variety with an idea that can change Nigeria and give jobs to others.


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