Super brilliant 16-year-old girl makes all As in WASSCE

Super brilliant 16-year-old girl makes all As in WASSCE

- A 16-year-old, Imo-born girl has emerged the best West African Examination Council (WAEC) candidate of 2019

- According to reports, Ugboaja Chizobam Stephany made A1s in all her subjects including general mathematics and further mathematics

- The young girl is being offered 100% scholarship to study abroad

Ugboaja Chizobam Stephany, a 16-year-old girl, has emerged as the best West African Examination Council (WAEC) candidate of 2019 after scoring As in all subjects including Data Processing, Mathematics, further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology.

Chizobam who hails from Imo state and will be graduating from a school in Port Harcourt and has reportedly been offered 100% scholarship to study abroad by a Nigerian living in diaspora.

Facebook user, Okafor Judith Chinwe shared a photo of her results and many social media users reacted to the post, praising the young academic genius for making her parents and nation proud.

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Clearly, the future is bright for the young chap.

Recall that in the same light, 15-year-old David Okorogeye impressed everyone with his performance in the West African Examination Council (WAEC) exams after scoring As in all his subjects.

The smart young chap who graduated from a reputable school in Fagba, Agege area of Lagos state, is a science student who made his family members and school proud.

Meanwhile, Enoch had grown up watching his renowned tailor grandfather make clothes for people from all walks of life and emerged to become a notable fashion brand.

With tailoring experience in Ghana and the U.K., his grandfather taught him a lot about working in fashion.

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