Nigerian man says he finally passed WAEC after 20 failed attempts

Nigerian man says he finally passed WAEC after 20 failed attempts

- A Nigerian man took to social media to share a very hilarious life inspiration

- According to him, he wrote WAEC 20 times and would be graduating as a medical doctor at 22 soon.

- In a follow-up tweet the young man eventually revealed that he mimicked tactics employed by motivational speakers

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A young man identified on Twitter as Bryson set Twitter on fire recently with his exaggerated inspirational story.

According to him, he wrote the West African Examinations Certificate (WAEC) examination 20 times and eventually passed on his 21st attempt.

Nigerian man says he passed WAEC after 20 failed attempts
Nigerian man shares hilarious motivation Photo credit: @brysonadahcole
Source: UGC

Bryson further said that he had multiple businesses as well and would graduate as a medical doctor at 22 soon.

He wrote:

"I failed WAEC 20 times, I eventually passed the 21st time. I'm currently in my sixth year in the university and I own many businesses. I will graduate in few months at 22 as a Medical doctor. If I can do it, then you can!!!"

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See his tweet below:

He also assured people that they could achieve the feat as well.

See his tweet below:

Nigerians took to the comment section to debunk the hilarious claim as well as share their own exaggerations. gathered some reactions:

Oustin stated that he was aborted six times because his father was not ready.

Lord Sammie said that he knew someone who failed WAEC 26 times and still graduated at 20.

Benue Breed replied that he failed JAMB 17 times and would soon become a chartered accountant at 21.

In a follow-up tweet, Bryson revealed that he simply spoke like a motivational speaker, and stated that they were all scammers.

See his tweet below:

Meanwhile, earlier reported that the world has become accustomed to stories of “dirty” cops who ask for bribes in exchange for leniency. Many have even experienced corruption on the road or at police stations.

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This makes it difficult for many Africans to have faith in the notion that there are members of the police service who take pride in upholding justice and the law.

Spokesperson for the Zambian police Esther Mwaata congratulated one of her colleagues after the morally upright officer declined to pocket a bribe to the value of R7000.

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