While some student’s are still giving reasons for their failure, a student of Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Temitope Joseph has been named as the best graduating student of the institution.
9jatoday learned that the 23-year-old Temitope who graduated with with a CGPA of 4.80 told newsmen that he was able to come this far by his determination to hug hard work rather than pleasures.
According to the report, Temitope Joseph had graduated from the Department of Computer Science, JABU University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State, emerging as the best overall student for the 2018/2019 academic session.
Further reports reveal that Temitope was determined to focus fully on his academic works before gaining admission to the university, having heeded to his parents’ advice to avoid distractions.
“The university has moulded me on making waves in the competitive world, I will go ahead with a higher degree programme after my compulsory one-year national service,” said Temitope.
Off from Temitope’s story, do you know that eaten junk foods can cause you some trouble? lol. Why are you scared?
What I mean is by trouble is that there is some negative effect from junk food Nigerians consume every day without concern to their health.
The below information will help you understand better.
Junk foods also known to be fast foods or snack food are foods consumed for convenience. They are rich in calories, fats carbohydrates, and sugars but very poor in fibres and other nutrients. People incessantly consume these foods in very large quantities.
Junks are found everywhere in the world looking very appealing to the eyes they could make one salivate at their sight. These foods are quite enjoyable but of very little nutritional value and are very unhealthy for the body. These foods are high in protein content like meat prepared with saturated fats. Unfortunately, when these foods are extracted from their fats they taste rather horrible.
It is actually not an ill-thought to have a taste of these foods once in a while but the problem is that these foods do not satiate. This keeps one on a quest for satisfaction and may however lead to incessant cravings for them. This is a precursor to junk addiction.