The idiom which says, success has many fathers while failure is an orphan, has come to play in the life of Excel Olajubu a ten year old boy from a remote community school in Ewekoro local government area of Ogun State who as one man battalion fought and won the battle in a quiz competition while contesting with older participants who are in advance class than his.
Out of the six local government that participated in the maiden edition of the quiz competition organized by office of the Principal General Egba Bloc in collaboration with All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools ANCOPSS also in Egba Bloc, Olajubu emerged victorious scoring 14 points out of 16 maximum points available.
This rare achievement by a student in his first year in the Junior Secondary school was much celebrated by the chairman of the State Teaching Service Commission Evangelist olamilekan Ifede and the Principal General Egba Bloc, Alhaja Sekinot Ogunwolu and others in attendant at the events.
Below are the images on how Excel Olajubu was celebrated for his achievement.
What is your opinion about the performance of this wonder boy and how he was celebrated.
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