• Bag Award Golden Key International Honor Society
Miss Rebecca Iyoha, the daughter of a former Speaker of the Edo State House of Assembly, David Iyoha, has been honored by the Golden Key International Honor Society in Canada for her excellence and academic achievement.
Iyoha, a senior in Biochemistry at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, was specifically honored as an outstanding foreign student in the country.
For the Honor, Iyoha received all the benefits and privileges due to members of the Honor Society in Canada and throughout the world.
The Golden Key National Honor Society was founded on November 29, 1977, and is recognized worldwide, especially in the United States, Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the Bahamas, as the world’s largest collegiate honor society.
David Iyoha, in his reaction to the honor done to his daughter, said that the glory was from God.
“I give glory to Almighty God for deeming us worthy of having a daughter who has not only made us proud but also honored our beloved country. This honor is not only for me and my immediate family, but also for Esan land, for Edo state and for Nigeria, because this honor that has been bestowed on her will pave the way for other Nigerian immigrants who wish to go to the abroad to continue their studies,” he said. said the former president.
The winner, in her speech, promised to continue making her country proud in everything she does.
She said: “I will ensure that I am always associated with noble and honest activities that promote the good image of my country Nigeria throughout the world and also make my parents proud to have me as their daughter.”
Iyoha advised Nigerian students in the diaspora to be serious about their studies, to be polite and focused, to be honest with themselves about what they really want to achieve in life, and to always be willing to pay the price for what they get. need to live. a successful life in foreign countries.