An exceptional young lady identified as Trailblazer Naziha Amin Gombillah has set a unique academic record at University Of Professional Studies, Accra UPSA Law School after she emerged as the best graduating student in her class with outstanding cumulative grade point average.
- Young lady who re-sit for WASSCE has finally graduated from law school with perfect grade.
- She emerged as the best graduating student in both civil and public law.
- She wanted to become a Lecturer, international energy law expert, and a guru in fashion design.
- Gombillah became the first person to graduate with first class at the University law school
The brilliant lady, Gombillah made a history after she graduated with first class from the school which make her the first to achieve that academic milestones of 3.72 out of a possible 4.00 grade scale at the second session of the 14th congregation.
Gombillah completed her secondary education at the Accra Girls Senior High School and hails from Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana.
Gombillah experienced a tough and rough academic journey after her Secondary School school, she had to re-sit for her West African Senior School Certificate Examination WASSCE examination after failing General Mathematics
This somewhat delayed her university ambitions for a year.
She was also emerged as the best graduating student from the UPSA Law School, having winning the two most prestigious awards for the Bachelor of Laws programme—best graduating student in both public law and private law.
According to Gombillah she wanted to be an international energy law expert, a lecturer, and a maestro in the fashion sector
Trailblazer Naziha Amin Gombillah made history when she graduated with a first-class from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).
The beautiful lady, Gombillah became the first person to graduated with a first class degree from the University Of Professional Studies, Accra UPSA law School at the second session of the 14th congregation.
Naziha Amin Gombillah was at the centre of attraction at the Second Session of the 14th Congregation when she etched her name into the academic annals of UPSA by becoming the first law student to earn first class honours.
Today, the goal-oriented graduate who aspires to be an International Energy Law expert, a lecturer, and a guru in the fashion industry says what seemed like a setback for her a few years ago was actually the beginning of multiple opportunities for her.
[quotation=’Gombillah said’]“Even at the university level, there were times it got tough,”
“I thought I would resit certain courses, but giving up never crossed my mind. I had started it, so I had to complete it. I had to make my parents proud.” [/quotation]
In expressing her appreciation, Gombillah thanked the Almighty Allah for His unfailing support and also acknowledged the management as well as faculty of the University for their commitment to service, advice, and encouragement, which were all geared towards moulding her and her graduating cohort into professionals.