26-year-old son of Kelvin Peter; Nigeria’s current Ambassador-designate to the Czech Republic, Nathan Kelvin Peter, who hails Mubi North Local Government District of Adamawa State, has set an unparalleled record of graduating from Debrecen University, Hungary with a 4.51 CGPA in Medicine, making him the best overall.
This takes place at a moment when the reputation of the country is tarnished by some Nigerians engaged in crime abroad.
According to Peter, this is an outcome that defined him as one of the best in the institution’s history, rendering him distinguished by holding a university degree and completing an accepted integrated Master’s Degree in Medicine.
In the certificate, it is written:
” Nathan fulfilled the academic requirement of University of Debrecen and has qualified as DOCTOR OF MEDICINE. The duration of the programme of study was 12 Semesters.
“This certificate confers the right to use the title Doctor of Medicine (abbreviated to: dr med-MD) Qualification of Diploma: Summa Cum Laude”
Early Years in School
Nathan Kevin Peter’s pre-natural talents can be tracked back to when he was a student at Lukowa Mubi Sardauna Primary School and EYN CSS Kwarhi, both graduating as the highest overall.
When THE GAZETTE asked him about his early year’s in Debrecen University, Nathan said;
“in the university, it was quite hectic and there were a lot of classes to attend and exams to take, with minimal time for leisure activities.
“I had to wake up early for classes, and return home late, however, I still found time to maintain some level of fun, like meeting with friends and performing in sport as these are essential for the brain”
What about your social life, how do you balance it with academics?
“Well, I would study during the week; that is, Sunday to Friday. I usually have a set goal to achieve, once I attain my target then I would go out with friends Friday evenings and at times on Saturdays. Despite getting consumed in the work, it was important to take some time off from the books.
“Staying strict to work timetable was paramount to me in order to allow some free time and not having to use up all the time allocated for leisure just because I was running behind schedule.
It’s wonderful to see how Nigerians succeed in the right climate and in better circumstances.
Originally Published viaThe Gazette Nigeria