- A young girl identified as Uwaifo Stephany has celebrated acing her West African Examinations Council (WAEC) papers in style
- The excited student revealed that she had an extra year as she did her senior secondary class 2 twice
- Stephany posted her remarkable WAEC result that included 4 A's in subjects like physics, further mathematics, animal husbandry and civic education
A young student, Uwaifo Stephany, has been celebrated on social media after she announced passing her WAEC exams.
Stephany, who celebrated her academic feat on TikTok, revealed that she had an extra year as she repeated SS2.
She went on to share the heartwarming reactions of her family members and loved ones over her feat.
Stephany's result showed she recorded 4 A's in further mathematics, civic education, animal husbandry and physics.
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Other subjects were B's.
See her post below:
Social media users celebrate her
"You try with strict marking scheme congrats dear."
"I had A and B last year too, congratulations. get ready for uni girl."
"Omo if anybody tell u nonsense from now on, make sure u wipe am extension wire for neck."
oh luh chi said:
"Congrats and I claim this type of result 4 myself next year as I write."
"Awwwn....I don't know you but I'm so happy for you!!!!....you go girl!!!... Congratulations!!"
Oluwatobiloba Meadows said:
"Congratulations buh me and you know say waec na runz tinz."
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In a post on Facebook group Life, the lady identified as Esther Charles revealed that her academic feat brought her to tears owing to how difficult the journey was.
Sharing a photo in her signing-out outfit, Esther said she thought going to school wouldn't be achievable as her father's death made things difficult for them - a family of 9.
Taking on the challenge of fending for herself, Esther said she worked tirelessly to cater for her school needs.