Akwa Ibom Genius Bags 9 A's in 2022 WAEC, 343 in JAMB Exam, Photos Go Viral

Akwa Ibom Genius Bags 9 A's in 2022 WAEC, 343 in JAMB Exam, Photos Go Viral

  • A brilliant Akwa Ibom boy, Valour Mbre Inyang, performed excellently in the recently concluded WAEC and JAMB exams
  • Valour Inyang bagged straight A's in all the nine (9) subjects which he sat for during WAEC exams
  • A copy of the young lad's JAMB result also confirms that he scored an aggregate of 343 in four subjects written

Valour Mbre Inyang, a native of Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria, has impressed netizens with his exam results.

The former student of Top faith schools, Akwa Ibom, made A's in all the nine subjects which he sat for during West African Examination Council (WAEC) exams.

Not only that, he went ahead to smash his Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exams with an aggregate score of 343.

Akwa Ibom boy, Valour Inyang, 9 A's in WAEC, JAMB result
Akwa Ibom genius bags 9 A's in 2022 WAEC Photo Credit: Ini Ememobong
Source: Facebook

Commissioner for Information in Akwa Ibom state, Ini Ememobong, who shared the good news on Facebook alongside photos of his results, said:

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"I celebrate this young Akwa Ibomite, Valour Inyang, who has confirmed to the world that excellence is our definition. I pray that our generation will build and bequeath to his generation a state that will support their dreams and aspirations."

Valour was also the best graduating student of his set at Topfaith schools and photos shared online showed the moment he received an award during his graduation.

Valour's father speaks about his son

When Legit.ng contacted Valour's father, Mbre Inyang, he expressed his delight over his son's result and returned all glory to God.

He went ahead to reveal his son's exploits during his primary and secondary school years.

Valour's father stated that he greatly admires his son because an outstanding trait about him is his extreme focus and determination to scale heights.

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In his words:

"Thank you for getting in touch with me. I return all glory to God Almighty for what He has done for me and my family. I'm really excited for this remarkable exploit."
"Since he started primary school, he has always been first position in his class. He was the best graduating student during the graduation ceremony in his primary school, sweeping all awards."
"He represented Akwa Ibom state in the mathematics competitions for primary schools in Nigeria and won scholarship. He has won several external academic awards. One outstanding thing about my boy is that he is so focused and determined."

Nigerians hail Valour Inyang

Mfonobong Asuquo said:

"This young man is very intelligent and needs a push immediately to the best Engineering Schools in the World like MIT, Stanford, UCLA or Carnegie - Mellon by Akwa Ibom State Government. That's how to raise the next generation of inventors."

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Solomon Nse wrote:

"This was the same thing I did to WAEC and JAMB that year Congratulations scholar!. Proudly Akwa Ibom!"

Essy Akpan reacted:

"Magnificent! Congratulations Akwa Ibom star boy. Keep breaking records."

Aniekan Brown remarked:

"I share in your prayers. Congratulations to the budding star."

Michael Alfred noted:

"This guy is simply all-around amazing. Both wassce and jamb are topnotch. A big congratulations!"

See Ini Ememobong's post below:

Nigerian boy passes WAEC with 8 A1’s, wants to study medicine in university

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young Nigerian boy, Praise Ojonugwa Abba, is asking for help to further his education to the university level after he had eight distinctions in WAEC.

Praise who is presently banking on the kindness of well-to-do Nigerians revealed he would like to study medicine at the tertiary level.

The young Nigerian hails from Kaduna state and has now joined the league of students who have proved themselves worthy.

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Source: Legit.ng

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