Senator Shehu Sani, a Nigerian author, human rights activist and senator representing Kaduna State at the National Assembly, has taken to his official Twitter platform to weigh in his own opinion following the trending reports about some Nigerian students that performed well in the just concluded 2023 joint admission and matriculation board exam, citing that most of the best WAEC, NECO and JAMB students are not from the most expensive schools.
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In his post, the federal lawmaker wrote that “year after year, most of the best WAEC, NECO and Jamb students in this country are not from the most expensive schools. This is both a lesson and a message to parents.”
The post by the renowned senator is coming after the 2023 JAMB exam, as many Nigerians have taken to their social media accounts to share photos of different candidates from different schools across the country who did very well, but, in the opinion of the senator, most of them did not school in expensive private schools.
His post has also sparked massive reactions among many Nigerians as most of his followers took to the comments section to give their reason to support his claims, while a host of others gave their reasons to dispute him.
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