A 21-year-old woman, Kaitlin Gee Akwada, has shared how she became the Vice-Chancellor of her school for one day after achieving a 5.0 CGPA.
Kaitlin is a student of Godfrey Okey University in Enugu State, the first African Catholic University to be owned by a Diocese.
Being just 21, Kaitlin celebrated her academic achievement by giving all the credit to God in a post on social media.
According to her, she spoke her desire of getting a perfect CPGA of 5.0 into existence and worked hard to get it, while praying to God to complement her efforts.
She wrote: “Today I was declared the vice chancellor for one day in my university, Godfrey Okey University, with a CGPA of 5.0. This is not only an answered prayer but proof that the power to attract what you desire lies in your hands.
“About a year ago, I wrote a speech in commemoration of this auspicious occasion, before I even hit a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 5.0. I put my faith to work and took action. Even the bible buttresses the importance of backing up your faith with work. [James 2:26]”.
She went further to add that the only way to get things done in life is to actually do it. She also advised people to aim higher in life.
“In the words of Emelia Earhart, “The most effective way to do it, is to do it”. Aim higher. Break barriers. Reach for the stars, you got this!” she said.