Meet the 15-year-old girl, Ikeoluwa Abioye, who got 9 distinctions

Meet the 15-year-old girl, Ikeoluwa Abioye, who got 9 distinctions

- A Nigerian teenager has made Nigerians proud after she scored 305 in her JAMB

- The 15-year-old girl had also reportedly gotten all As in her WAEC

- Ikeoluwa Abioye was celebrated by a Nigerian man who shared her story on Twitter

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It is no longer a surprise that some Nigerian students excel exceptionally well in their studies at home and abroad.

A Nigerian man has taken to social media to celebrate a teenager who did exceptionally well in her West African Examination Council and also got a very good mark for her Joint Admissions Matriculation Board exam.

The man @tweetoracle, who shared the 15-year-old girl's story on Twitter, stated that she is a genius in making.

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15-year-old Nigerian genius gets 305 in JAMB Source: @TWEETORACLE

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According to @tweetoracle, the young girl identified as Ikeoluwa Abioye had been able to get all distinctions in her West African Examination Council, including her mathematics and English exam.

The Twitter user also noted that Abioye had also scored 305 over 400 in her her Joint Admissions Matriculation Board exam.

He wrote: "Let's celebrate 15 yr old Ikeoluwa Abioye, a genius in the making."

However, some Nigerians were quick to reply, stating that her scores would not change anything if she stays in Nigeria. They also shared similar stories of students with good grades who were unable to gain admission.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that a 30-year-old Nigerian lady who is known as a whizz at the national aeronautics and space administration (NASA), became the first black woman to get a doctorate degree in aerospace engineering. She was born into a family of six.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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