Nigerian Woman Joins Her Son to Write JAMB-UTME, They Compete in Scores as Boy Beats His Mum, Wins Prize

Nigerian Woman Joins Her Son to Write JAMB-UTME, They Compete in Scores as Boy Beats His Mum, Wins Prize

  • A Nigerian mum has joined her son to write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations organised by JAMB
  • Both of them were in competition as according to the mum named Michelle Buchi, she wanted to motivate her son to do well
  • At the end, when the miles were counted, the son scored 243 to beat the mum who came a distant second with a 230 score

Family fun ensued recently when a Nigerian mum took on her son in an academic competition in the recently concluded JAMB-UTME.

The mother identified as Buchi Michelle said her aim was to motivate her son to do well in the examination and she succeeded.

Nigerian mum writes JAMB-UTME alongside her son, the boy beats her in scores.
The mum scored 230 in JAMB-UTME. Photo credit: Buchi Michelle.
Source: Facebook

The results are good

When the results of the examination came out, it was clear that her son had won the race with an aggregate score of 243.

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The mother came second with an aggregate score of 230 but said she was also hustling while studying for the examination.

She wrote on her Facebook wall:

"I wrote JAMB yesterday! Oh yes! After many years of graduation. My JAMB examination challenge ended yesterday. I didn't want to discuss it until I accomplish it. It was a challenge with a son of mine. I was tired of teaching, instructing and advising on the need for study time creation.
"I am very happy that he won the challenge joor. He scored 243! How could he have explained to his children that their grandma scored higher than him in JAMB! At least the challenge pushed him into studying harder.
"But me self try. 230 aggregate after leaving school for more than a decade. I did not also go for JAMB lesson. I was hustling up and down the country. I was just informed of the exam date and boom, you show for exam hall."

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Keke rider writes JAMB, set to go to school

In a related story, reported that a Keke rider sat for JAMB-UTME in Kano and scored 150.

According to the tricyclist, he is ready to go to the Kano State Polytechnic to study Office Technology Management.

He also said he will not stop his Keke business as he will be riding it to pay the fees.


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