JAMB 2024: UTME Score Of Boy Who Wants To Study Chemical Engineering At FUT Minna Emerges Online

JAMB 2024: UTME Score Of Boy Who Wants To Study Chemical Engineering At FUT Minna Emerges Online

  • A Nigerian boy wants to study chemical engineering at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger state
  • He sat for the 2024 JAMB UTME, and he was able to score 323, a performance that has been praised
  • The boy has also received help as he was said to lack the required resources to continue his education

A Nigerian boy, Idris Abdulrasheed Adeiza, who reportedly lacks the resources to continue his education, has received help.

The young boy sat for the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME. He checked his result and saw that he scored 323.

Nigerian boy who scored 324 in UTME.
The brilliant boy received help to continue his education. Photo credit: X/Alex Onyia and JAMB.
Source: UGC

Despite his wonderful performance in the 2024 UTME, the boy had no hope of attending university because his parents could not afford it.

Adeiza's story was shared by Alex Onyia, who said he would start supporting the kid.

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He wrote on X:

"Idris Abdulrasheed Adeiza is from Kogi State. He scored 323 in JAMB 2024 which made him the second highest in Kogi State. His dad is a brick layer and mother a trader. He had no hopes of continuing education because no one could fund it. He is already considering learning hand work. I spoke with him few minutes ago and has committed to supporting his education journey through the university. He wants to study Chemical Engineering in FUT Minna and I pray he succeeds well. He is a star and the world will celebrate him someday."

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Reactions as boy gets help to go to university

@BarrTailorson said:

"Keep up the good job."

@ocatiz said:

"From the same state the Government looted #80 billion for his child and posted a video of himself in a new Benz."

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@IhenyenCharles said:

"Thank you very much for your kind offer."

UTME result of boy who failed to get admission after scoring above 300 for 3 straight years emerges

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that for three consecutive years, an intelligent Nigerian boy scored above 300 in the UTME but could not get university admission.

This development worried his people as his score in the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) was lower than other years.

A concerned man has released the boy's score, preferred course of study and institution as he sought help for him.

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