Nigerian Student makes history in Ghana, graduates with 4.1 out of 4.2 CGPA

Brilliant Cookey Kingsley, a Nigerian student, has scored an unprecedented grade to graduate from Ghana’s Accra Institute of Technology (AIT). Cookey from Opobo Nkoro area of Rivers State scored 4.1 out of 4.2 CGPA with grades of As and A+ from the university.

At the convocation ceremony, Cookey was the cynosure of all eyes where about 20 Nigerian students graduated with First Class honours.
The Electrical/Electronic Engineering graduate attributed his unprecedented feat to hard work and perseverance. He said the university also provided a convenient atmosphere that aided his study.
Speaking about his performance, Cookey said:
“It wasn’t an easy thing to do but I think that one of the key things that aided me was the study environment provided by my university.

“Graduating from AIT has aided me with all the necessary skills that I need to be a champion in the society after here, whether as an entrepreneur or an employee.”

Accra Institute of Technology, AIT, is modelled after two of the world’s most renowned institutes of technologies, the California Institute of Technology ranked number one in recent world university rankings and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ranked number five.