- A Nigerian girl from Imo state, Chiemela Stephanie Madu, made distinctions in all the subjects she sat for at the WAEC level
- The same student performed well at her FUTO Post UTME where she scored 345 over 400 for the entrance exam to study medicine and surgery
- Many Nigerians who commented on her results praised her excellence as some shared their WAEC experiences
A young Nigerian girl, Chiemela Stephanie Madu, has been celebrated by her sister for her outstanding performances in her examinations.
I want to study medicine in Canada
The student who hails from Imo state had 345 for her Post Unitary Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
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Stephanie, however, said that she dreams of studying medicine in Canada. Many Nigerians have commended the young student's brilliance.
See a reshared Facebook post below:
When the post was reposted on Instagram by @instablog9ja, it gathered more reactions. Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
"Omo she try o. Public School for that matter. Congratulations."
"Her jamb score no match the WASSCE performance."
"Fantabulous, my WAEC and NECO result was pretty good too. Bs and Cs."
"E go pain me if she later open POS shop.... this country."
"Can only be a feddy girl. Our brain too dy hot."
"My niece got All A’s too, guess it was a good WAEC year."
Student honoured with cash gift
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported a 16-year-old girl, Joy Abahi Amuh, received a cash prize of N500,000 as the best graduating student in the 2020 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Amuh, a student of St. Paul Secondary School, Otukpo in Benue state was handed the cash prize at the sixth annual literacy project organised by the Eunice Spring of Life Foundation in partnership with the Benue Investment and Property Company.
The group managing director of BIPLC, Alex Adum, said the cash prize would help Amuh pursue a quality education.