A young Nigerian boy, Praise Ojonugwa Abba, is asking for help to further his education to the university level after he had eight distinctions in WAEC Praise who is presently banking on the kindness of well-to-do Nigerians revealed he would like to study medicine at the tertiary level The young Nigerian hails from Kaduna state and has now joined the league of students who have proved themselves worthy
A young Nigerian boy, Praise Ojonugwa Abba, has shown that there are a lot of smart people in the country as he had A1 in almost all his WAEC subjects except in the English Language where he scored B3. Praise who is from Kaduna state finished his secondary education at Faith Academy, Kaduna. A message sent to Legit.ng said the boy needs to study medicine in or outside of the country.
He needs kindness The contact of the said student was given as 09077643439. Some of the subjects he had distinctions in are mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics.
“Please, if this is the only kindness you could show to humanity. Please do it for this young child. No one knows him but you could help project him to the world. I know we still have good and kind hearted people in this country that can support him to achieve his dream. He needs support to study medicine in Nigeria or outside the country. We can help him achieve this dream and service humanity in our country.”
Another young Nigerian excelled in WAEC This will not be the first time a Nigerian whizkid would come out in flying colours in their WAEC exam.
Days ago, a young girl identified as Chiemela Stephanie Madu had straight A’s in her exams and amazed many people. The student who is from Imo state had 345 for her Post Unitary Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri. Stephanie, however, said that she dreams of studying medicine in Canada. Many Nigerians commended the young student’s brilliance.
Teacher who helped poor students In other news,
A very kind teacher, Rebekah Wilson, used the last four years to donate beds, mattresses, pillows, and cover cloths to 1400 children who did not have them. The 33-year-old teacher started her foundation, Zarach, in 2017 when one of her English class students opened up to her about how he and his junior ones had to sleep on the bare floor for many months because there was no bed. Rebekah revealed that ‘bed poverty’ is very common in the UK and it is important that students sleep well to perform maximally in school.
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