“I went through the school and the school went through me” – Mr Edet Udo, a NIFES alumni, stated.

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Mr. Edet Chinedu Udo was the best graduating student in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Port Harcourt in the year 1998. He was a very active member of NIFES Uniport who served in different capacities while in school. Some of which are Hall Pastor, General Secretary, Election Committee Chairman, Read more about “I went through the school and the school went through me” – Mr Edet Udo, a NIFES alumni, stated.[…]

“I even surpassed my initial goal of reaching 4.64 and finished strong with a final CGPA of 4.78.” says Umukoro Faith, as she shared a detailed recount of her success story.

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QUE SERA SERA, WHAT WILL BE WON’T BE. Growing up in a family like mine was fun; we saw our parent’s life as our first challenge, a wall to break through. They weren’t graduates of any knowable or renowned professional discipline. Although they tried so hard to make us comfortable, they tried even harder to Read more about “I even surpassed my initial goal of reaching 4.64 and finished strong with a final CGPA of 4.78.” says Umukoro Faith, as she shared a detailed recount of her success story.[…]

My parents encouraged me that ‘most times before a major breakthrough, there could be a major setback’- Irie Deborah Lou, a first class graduate tells her success story

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Although I came into the University of Port Harcourt (Uniport) with the hope and determination to excel, graduating with a First Class was a miracle. I had heard stories about major stress in Uniport, with lecturers, queues and all that. I only chose the school because my father insisted I had to with reasons he Read more about My parents encouraged me that ‘most times before a major breakthrough, there could be a major setback’- Irie Deborah Lou, a first class graduate tells her success story[…]

“I started saving up for a mixer; going some days without food so I could get one”- Michael, a young entrepreneur, shares his sacrificial start.

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My name is Michael Oghenerukewe Emeni, I’m 21 years old, I run a cake business and I just finished school. I got admitted into the University of Port Harcourt in 2013 after writing JAMB exam twice. I already started baking cakes before I got into school but my parents advised me to focus on my Read more about “I started saving up for a mixer; going some days without food so I could get one”- Michael, a young entrepreneur, shares his sacrificial start.[…]

“I am a graduate of the department of mathematics and statistics with First class honours (4.64/5.00) from the University of Port Harcourt “- Tochukwu, a first class graduate from NIFES, shares his success story

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Hello, my name is Onyeogulu Tochukwu Rowland, I am a graduate of the department of mathematics and statistics with First class honours (4.64/5.00) from the University of Port Harcourt. After my secondary school days in 2010, I practically thought I was going to gain admission to the university at once. Fortunately for me, because I Read more about “I am a graduate of the department of mathematics and statistics with First class honours (4.64/5.00) from the University of Port Harcourt “- Tochukwu, a first class graduate from NIFES, shares his success story[…]

“Gone are the days when Christianity is assumed to be synonymous with laziness, mediocrity or failure”- Tega Eghwere, departmental best graduating student in her set shares her story.

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MY UNDERGRADUATE JOURNEY My journey as an undergraduate began on the 24th of December, 2010. I got the good news that I had been admitted into the Department of Geology, University of Port Harcourt. Studying Geology was a second option for me as I always had the dream of being an engineer but owing to Read more about “Gone are the days when Christianity is assumed to be synonymous with laziness, mediocrity or failure”- Tega Eghwere, departmental best graduating student in her set shares her story.[…]