- Joy Omoyeni, the overall best student at Telnet International School, Akure, Ondo state, has been granted a N2.5 million scholarship
- The scholarship award was presented by VDT Communications' Group Managing Director, Biodun Omoniyi
- Additionally, the company has offered the student who aspires to study Computer Engineering at Covenant University an internship opportunity
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Akure, Ondo state - Joy Omoyeni, the best-graduating student at Telnet International School, Akure, Ondo state, and overall best student in the state, has been awarded a N2.5 million scholarship.
A report by Guardian Nigeria indicates that the scholarship was awarded to Omoyeni for her undergraduate studies by VDT Communications.
Presenting the N2.5 scholarship award, VDT Communications' Group Managing Director, Biodun Omoniyi, applauded the brilliant student's exemplary performance and urged her to remain focused.
The company also offered Omoyeni a spot for internship training when the time comes.
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From WAEC to UTME, SAT: Joy Omoyeni's impressive results
- WASSCE: A1 in all nine subjects
- UTME - 338/400
- SAT - 1400
- Covenant University's Post-UTME - 58/60
Legit gathers that Omoyeni wants to study Computer Engineering at Covenant University.
Father reveals how he helped WASSCE star boy stand out
Salmanu scored A1 in all the nine subjects he sat for in the 2023 WASCCE.
Speaking to Legit.ng on Thursday, August 10, Isa’s father, Musa, a chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and one-time Kaduna State House of Assembly aspirant, said the family tries to motivate their "golden asset".
2023 WASSCE: Schools attended students who got at least 8 A1s
On Monday, August 7, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) announced the release of the results for the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Some students performed extraordinarily, scoring A1 parallel in all the subjects they sat for in the important examination.
Legit in a previous piece highlights the schools where the brilliant and hardworking pupils wrote their WAEC exam.