- The management of Topfaith International Secondary School Mkpatak has honoured one of its best students, Valour Mbre-Inyang
- Mbre-Inyang made all A's in the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)
- The 16-year-old was awarded $1,000 during the 20th anniversary of the institution on Monday, August 29
Akwa Ibom - Master Valour Mbre-Inyang, the 16-year-old student who made all A's in the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) has been given $1,000 by the management of Topfaith International Secondary School Mkpatak in Akwa Ibom.
Mbre-Inyang's feat is said to be unmatched since the school was established 20 years ago, The Punch reports.
The young man was given the award by the chairman, Board of Governors of the institution, Emmanuel Abraham, on Monday, August 29.
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Abraham, proud of the awardee, said his record-making result is very memorable as it coincided with the school's 20th anniversary.
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Saluting the youth for his feat, Emmanuel stated:
“Over the years, a lot of Topfaith students came quite close to clinching the award, scoring 8 A1’s, but falling short of one to get the prize.”
15-year-old Nigerian girl scores 8 A’s in WAEC 2022, aces her JAMB papers with 351
Meanwhile, a young Nigerian girl, Ogunjobi Moyinoluwa Adekemi, had amazing results in both her WAEC and UTME results in 2022.
In an exclusive mail sent to Legit.ng by Taiwo Ogunjobi, Moyinoluwa had A1 in eight papers, with one B.
To show that the girl had always been a smart kid, Taiwo revealed that she was the overall best student in school since JSS 1. It should be noted that she scored seven A's in 2021 WAEC.
According to the mail, the smart kid has the words "Yes I can" pasted on her table to serve as a motivation for her to keep pushing hard towards her goal.
That was not all. She sat for UTME in the same year and had an excellent score of 351. A part of the mail read:
"She was determined to succeed with the “YES I CAN” mantra posted on her reading table as a reminder. She’s been overall best student in her school ( Home Science Association Secondary School, Alakuko, Lagos State) since JS1."