Amongst students who performed brilliantly well within the recently released West African Examination Council, (WAEC) 2019 results may be a smart girl from Imo state who may likely join the Guinness Book of Records as she had the foremost amazing result recorded within the history of West African Examination Council (WAEC) .
The female student who identifies as Ugboaja Chizobam Stephany, a 16 years old Ezinihitte Mbaise born teenager, a graduating student of Jesuit Memorial College Port Harcourt, has begin impeccably triumphantly at the just concluded West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE), as she bagged an interesting nine Alphas/Distinctions over the nine subjects she sat for.
According to the blogger, Okafo Judith Chinwe, it had been gathered that, the Imo state born academic intellectual seemed to be the youngest best WAEC candidate during this history of WAEC, joining a lengthy list of other Igbo intellectuals who have dominated the West Africans regional examinations body in over 20 years .
The young female student whose brain is inarguably ablaze gained A(s) in subjects she registered for , and these subjects ranges from: Further Mathematics, General Mathematics, English , Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Civic Education, Economics and processing .
While chatting with the girl. she revealed during a statement that, she hails from Ezinihitte Mbaise in Imo state and can be wanting to meet her state Governor.
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