A first-class Honours is a grading system used by Universities to reward students with high academic performances. It is not easily attained as a student needs to put in a lot of work and time to acquire one.
Public figures sometimes do acquire first-class Honours during their time in the university and this could be a source of motivation to the general public.
In this article, we are focusing on the daughters of Nigerian Politicians Who Finished University With First class honours.
1. Miss Laila Abubakar
The daughter of Nigeria's ex-vice president, Miss Laila Abubakar has graduated with distinction (first class).
2. Aisha Hanan Buhari
Aisha Hanan Buhari is the penultimate daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari. Aisha Made the headlines in 2019 after she graduated with a first-class degree in photography from Ravensbourne University, London.
Photo credit: Hanan Buhari via Instagram
She has also furthered her education to bag a Master's degree in Fine Art from a university in the United Kingdom.
3. Hafsat Jalila Adamu
Photo credit: Nairaland
Hafsat Jalila Adamu is the daughter of Professor Adamu Adamu, current serving as Minister of Education.
In 2018, Jalila graduated from the American University of Nigeria with a first class degree in English Language after spending four years in the institution.
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