- Death has cut-short the life of a brilliant teenager who scored A1 in seven subjects in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination
- Chisom Chukwuneke was celebrated when she achieved the academic feat and became the best graduating student in her school
- Sadly, death would not let her dreams come to fruition despite the fact that she had a lot to achieve
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Chisom Chukwuneke, a 17-year-old student who had seven A1 in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, is dead.
The teenager, who was the best graduating student in her school, won many awards after achieving the feat.
Sadly, her life has been cut-short despite having many dreams she wished to achieve.
The disclosure was made by a Facebook user identified as Stephen Joel II.
"This is sad. Girl who had the best 2019 waec result dies.
"The Parents of Chisom Chukwuneke, the best student from her school with 7 A1 in WAEC exams last year are deep in mourning.
"The parents lost their daughter who scored 7 A1 in her WEAC Examination last year. The young girl whose name is Chisom Chukwuneke, was the best graduating student in her school last year. She won many awards in her school, and now death has caught short the life of this Young girl.
"According to her father, she suffered a leg pain which later developed into something worse. May her soul rest in peace."
In other news, twins identified as Deontae and Deontrae Wright have been named their high school valedictorian and salutatorian after graduating with 4.5 and 4.4 GPAs respectively.
The 17-year-old identical twins who said they like competing with each other plan to study electrical engineering at the Ohio State University.
Deontae and Denotrae were also able to work two jobs and complete over 70 hours of community service while in school.
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