Brilliant Nigerian Man Identified as Muhammad Jaafar Bako has graduated from Federal University Dutse, Jigawa State with outstanding academic record from the department of Microbiology and Biotechnology with first class degree honour.
The brilliant man, Muhammad Jaafar Bako has finished his secondary school 15years after he then graduated with first class from the University.
According to a LinkedIn post, Muhammad Adamo Bako has narrated the inspiring story of Muhammad Jaafar Bako who finished his secondary school education fiften years and then went further to bagged first class degree from federal university Duste.
“All results achieved by lazy students are left over of those that struggles.
“Here is to a Mechanical Engr turned Biotechnologist (Bio Engr) who graduated with a first class honours 15 years after graduating from senior secondary school.
While narrating the story, Muhammad Adamu stated that, “The younger brother to a German base sister and a slight elder brother to a hot tempered Abuja base Economist and a marketing associate never failed in convincing me that he is truly the best of us all in reality-humbleness, intellect and supportive-ness.
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“It was during my last year’s break while watching the famous “Who wants to be a millionaire” show that I told our mother that if I’m opportune to be on this seat one day, then my life line must be Muhammad Jaafar (Mal. Jaf), the woman laughed at me and asked why, which I replied this time with a more serious face that “Malan yana da ilimi Hajia” that’s how happiness elude her face. Malan Jaf is indeed a humble genius, supportive guru and more.
“For those who wants to be the best, here’s a photocopier machine, do copy here. To some people, he’s a Mechanical Engr while to so many people that got to know him just of a recent he’s a Biotechnologist. While to us he’s all.
“Muhammad Bako Adamu is a younger brother to Muhammad Jaafar who graduated with first class from the department of Microbiology and Biotechnology. Make I buga small.
Congratulations Dan Hajia.