Katsina indigene, Rabiatu Mahadi, student of African University of Science and Technology, Abuja has emerged as second overall best Master’s degree graduating student in Physics.
The 23-year-old Postgraduate student is one of those listed by the University having performed excellently in Physics postgraduate studies.
Katsina Post gathered that Rabiatu who is an indigene of Malumfashi Local Government, Katsina state graduated with 3.62CGPA out of 4.0 in 2018/2019 academic session.
Reacting to her academic achievement, Rabiatu said; “It was just dedication and prayers. Studying Physics is my hubby that’s why I worked hard since my Undergraduate studies”.
“Most students fear Physics, I want to remove that fear, and I also want to contribute my quota towards imparting knowledge of Physics.
“Physics is not difficult; from the lowest to the highest level, all you need is just to have the interest. The insinuation that Physics is difficult is wrong. Physics needs constant research.”
While acknowledging her parents for the necessary support she received toward her success, Rabiatu called on parents to be supportive of their children’s education.
“I wouldn’t have made this without the support of my parents. I also admonish other parents to give all necessary support to their children especially toward giving them quality education”. She said
Recalled that KATSINA POST had earlier reported about Sani Khalid from Katsina state who graduated from Department of Biological Sciences of ABU Zaria with a CGPA of 4.56 (1st class honors) despite having no walking limbs.