Young Man Who Had 8 A’s in WAEC Years Ago Shines in University, Graduates With 1st Class, Shares Result

Young Man Who Had 8 A’s in WAEC Years Ago Shines in University, Graduates With 1st Class, Shares Result

  • A young man posted both his WAEC and university results after he graduated with a first class in engineering
  • Many Nigerians who engaged his tweet commended his effort as some advised him to work on having an entrepreneurial skill
  • Seeing that he graduated with 4.86 CGPA, a US-based organisation reached out to him for a possible scholarship

A young Nigerian man, Olowookere Victor Oluwaferanmi, has gone online to showcase his lofty academic achievements made in years.

Making a Twitter post, he shared a photo of his sterling WAEC result in 2015 where he had a total of eight distinctions.

Olowookere Victor Oluwaferanmi
The young man had eight A's in his WAEC in 2015. Photo source: @feranmiolowo15
Source: Twitter

He thanked God

Another photo captured some of his results as an engineering undergraduate where almost all the exams he sat came out in A's.

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Quoting that post with a snap of himself in a graduation outfit, the man said that he finished school with 4.86/5.00 CGPA.

For his success, he was given nine awards and scholarships. Feranmi appreciated God for all he was able to achieve. A US organisation reached out to him in the comment section.

See his post below:

At the time of writing this report, his post has gathered thousands of likes. compiled some of the reactions below:

@emmaidoo2 said:

"I am a chemical engineer and very happy for your results."

@DavidMpopo01 said:

"Wow this is so tremendous..... congratulations to you."

@FonkamL said:

"Work on your Entrepreneurial skills, find your fellow C student classmates (good friends), and start a car startup that uses renewable energy as fuel. Name your car brand Feranmi - it sounds like a luscious brand."

@EdUSAAbuja said:

"Contact EducationUSA Advising center at the U.S. Embassy in Abuja if you are interested in pursuing your Masters/PhD in the United States. Send us a message or email"

Nigerian lady who excelled in school

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a young lady, Zaynab Agboola, went on LinkedIn to announce how she broke barriers and succeeded greatly in her academics.

She said her journey to getting a degree in engineering started six years ago when she left the comfort of her home in Lagos and travelled to Ilorin for school.

In a class of 92 students, Zaynab emerged as the only female first-class graduate. The lady said that the task was not an easy one.


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