WAEC: Girl Who Got 338 In JAMB, 9As In WASSCE Speaks Perfect English In Video, Receives Award

WAEC: Girl Who Got 338 In JAMB, 9As In WASSCE Speaks Perfect English In Video, Receives Award

  • A video of a young girl who got 9As in her WASSCE exams has impressed many netizens on Facebook
  • The inspiring video showed the moment the young girl was celebrated by her school for her remarkable achievement
  • Social media users have shared their thoughts about the video, with many congratulating her for the academic exploits

Miss Joy Omoyeni, a brilliant Nigerian student, has been celebrated for her outstanding academic achievements.

Joy's success is remarkable, with distinctions in all nine subjects in the 2023 WAEC result, a UTME score of 338, and an impressive SAT score of 1400 with 87.5%.

Girl who aced SAT, JAMB and WAEC exams speaks
Girl who aced SAT, JAMB and WAEC exams speaks Photo credit: @Ogba Ife/ Facebook.
Source: UGC

A Facebook user identified as Ogba Ife shared a captivating video of the moment Joy catwalk in style to receive an award in her school.

Proud student speaks on her academic success

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Joy expressed gratitude to God, her parents, and those who supported and encouraged her throughout the journey.

She attributed her accomplishments to her school's early morning reading program, which motivated her to wake up at 5 a.m. to study until 11 a.m.

Speaking on her future, Joy said she aspires to study computer engineering and hopes to develop new technology that can aid movement.

Additionally, she plans to establish an NGO that will empower and support young women.

She said:

“I want to thank God because none of this could have happened without Him. I want to also thank my parents and people around me that kept encouraging me.
"My school introduced us to early morning reading, I wake by 5 am to read till 11 am. I want to study computer engineering so I can be able to create new technology that can aid movement.

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"I want to also open an NGO that will help young ladies that will like to become Engineers.”

Reactions trail video of Joy Omoyeni

Netizens took to the comments section to congratulate her.

Pretty Tinu commented:


Angela Horpehyemmie reacted:


Aina Ruth Daodu Daniel said:


Iyalaje Abalawa lyaeso reacted:

“That's awesome! Congratulations!”

Daniyan Ruth Oyolola said:

“That's awesome! Congratulations! am proud of you dear, keep it up, God on your side.”

See the post below:

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In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that a young Ghanaian man became the valedictorian of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) College of Distance Education (CoDE).

Abraham Joseph Kwesi Bentil also won the title of best graduating student at the sixth and seventh sessions of the 55th congregation held for graduands of the college.

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