- A Nigerian man has found more reasons to pile pressure for academic excellence on his kids after stumbling upon his 1989 primary school report card
- The man identified as Udeh George Onyeka showed off the brilliant result with pride and left many impressed
- Aside from the fact that he had straight A's, he topped a class of 42 and had a nice comment from the teacher
While many parents would boast to their kids without proof of how they were class toppers during their time in school, a Nigerian man has got proof for his.
The man named Udeh George Onyeka shared on Facebook a photo of his 1989 primary school report card he had found in his dad's file.
The result showed he not only got A's in all subjects but came out top in a class of 42 pupils.
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His highest scores came in Igbo and physical education subjects where he recorded 98/ 100 respectively.
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Onyeka who had his primary education at a school in Anambra state also impressed his teacher with his performance.
The teacher's comments at the bottom of the report sheet read thus:
"Good result. He is hardworking and well-behaved. Keep it up."
His result got many talking
Nnadi ikeaka Kingsley commented:
"Encouraging, I have similar results too in my secondary schools days."
Prince Emma Emeka Ezeka said:
"Excellent, it reminds me of my primary school days back then @ UPS Obibi ochasi."
Ugwu Cosmas remarked:
"Very impressive result.
"Whoever knows you won't be surprised to see this."
Joy Akwarandu-Nsirim wrote:
"Lols..Onyeka biko if you scored 1st that term what did I score."
Man finds mum's brilliant 1985 secondary school result
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man had found his mum's brilliant 1985 secondary school result.
As a way to praise his mother's excellent report sheet, the man said no wonder his mum is always so strict with him.
Looking at the screenshots of the result, the woman scored 87 in the English language, 58 in mathematics, 91 in chemistry, 82 in biology, 85 in government among other scores.
Her class teacher's and principal's comments, however, noted that the student could be better if she managed her playfulness.