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Anambra Lady bags more academic laurels at Turkish University


A Nigerian Lady, Engr Vivian Nath Okpalaku,  has recorded giant strides in the field of Civil Engineering as profiled in published research works in International Journals.

While pursuing her Masters Degree Course at the Cyprus International University, Turkey, her work"Identifying and Managing Most Common Risks In Construction Industry for Roads" received acclaim in Global Scientific Journal, December 2021.

She was also profiled in International Journal of Innovation Scientific, Research and Review on " Recycled Solid Waste in Construction, a Review on Bacteria Self Healing Concrete"a research work which brought her to stardom.

Engr Okpalaku, who emerged as the 2018 Overall Best Student at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University(COOU), Igbariam, Anambra State with 4.03 cumulative aggregate, recently bagged her Masters Degree from Cyprus International University,Turkey with aggregate 3.57/4.0(Higher Honour).

Describing her inspiration for the breakthrough achievements, she said "Achieving my success can be attributed to my personal philosophy of self discipline, goal oriented, consistency and my passion for education. I set short term goals which helped me to achieve my long term goals of excellence grades."

Engr Okpalaku who hails from Achina, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State,  believed her intellect was a way out of the line of boredom, so she studied hard and eventually loaded her resume with feats in Civil Engineering.

She stated her desire to doggedly continue to pursue her education "I always dreamt of getting to the zenith of my career, so now that i have acquired my Masters degree, my next move is to obtain a Doctorate degree in my discipline."

While describing educational system in Turkey as standard, comfortable and affordable, she urged Nigerian government to really invest more in education to produce needed human capitals to drive it out of under development.

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