Maryam Abacha University: First Class Female Law Graduate Gets N1m Prize
AREWA AGENDA – Maryam Abdullahi Damban, a first class law graduate of Maryam Abacha American University of Niger, Maradi, Niger Republic, has received a cash prize of one Million Naira from the management of the University, in a ceremony organized at the University’s premises to felicitate with the graduate over her outstanding academic performance.
The money was handed over to Maryam alongside her degree certificate by Professor Adamu Abubakar Gwarzo, President/Founder of the university.
Professor Gwarzo also disclosed that he has on behalf of the university awarded scholarship to Maryam Danbam to study up to PhD in Law at the University. Professor Gwarzo described the recipient as brilliant, intelligent and dedicated student, worthy of emulation, who studied hard to achieve this excellent result.
The President then urged Maryam to continue working hard of all future goals. He also called on her to maintain the good characters inculcated by her parents and be a good ambassador of the University wherever she finds herself.
According to him, the University gives certificates not only in education but also in character. Professor Gwarzo then called on students to emulate from the hard work of Danbam.
In her response, Maryam Danbam expressed appreciation to the President of MAAUN for recognizing her academic aptitude performance and for the prize of cash money and the scholarship awarded to her, which she cherished with pride. She advised her student colleagues to study hard and achieve similar results. Maryam further expressed appreciation to resource persons and staff of the University, whom Danbam described as the best teachers she ever met.
On her message to prospecting candidates that wants to study law, Maryam said MAAUN offers the best opportunities. She also described MAAUN as best of the best among umiversities.
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