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IMSU graduate bags first class, breaks 39-year-old jinx in department

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A young Nigerian man identified as Mbagwu Johnpaul Chiagoziem has bagged a first-class degree from the Industrial Physics department, Imo state University, IMSU, breaking a 39-year-old jinx in the school.

Chiagoziem earned a 4.51 in a 5.0 grading system to emerge the first student ever to graduate with a first-class in industrial physics at the educational institution.

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The graduate, in a statement, addressed to the University’s 17th Republic Students’ Union Director of Information and Media Comr. Duru Victor said he was motivated to study to bag a first class because his course mates and senior colleagues always told him that it had never been done before.

He said:

“… My coursemates and senior colleagues do say [then] no one can graduate with first class. I told them I’m a different person, that I will graduate with that [first class] by God’s grace.”

Mbagwu also thanked one of his lecturers identified as Prof. T. C. Chineke who, according to him, was pivotal to his academic success.

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