A young Nigerian student from Imo State has left many people in awe with her outstanding academic performance which has been attracting many positive comments on social media.
The student identified as Chiemela Stephanie Madu smashed her 2021 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) organized by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), having A1s in all her subjects.
Apart from this, the young lady went on to score 345 out of a total possible mark of 400 in her Post Unitary Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
The young Miss Madu, it was revealed has a dream of studying Medicine and Surgery in Canada.
The outstanding academic feat was made public in a Facebook post by a user identified as Jennifer Roland who culled the post from the page of another user known as Mhiz Olamma.
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The post also contained an appeal for well-meaning Nigerians to help fulfill her dream of studying outside the country.
The post read: “Gbosa Gbosa abeg this brain too hot.
“Inukwa 9A’s and 345 in post utme ,my Dear you are a genius
“Congratulations to you miss Chiemela Stephanie Madu
“This is incredible
“Please fans help me share this post, let’s make it go viral
“Culled from Mhiz Olamma wall
“She wrote 👇
“My niece has made the entire family and Nigeria proud❤️
“Chiemela Stephanie Madu is from Okpofe Ezinihte Mbaise in Imo State. She got A’s in her WAEC result and also got 345 /400 in her post UME Exam.
“Chiemela Stephanie Madu said her dream is to study Medicine and Surgery in Canada 🥰please, let us make her dream come to reality 🙏Trust me, it worth a scholarship.”
Below are some reactions from social media after the post hit the internet and enjoyed a repost by Instablog.
a__maka wrote: “Can only be a feddy girl. Our brain too dy hot.”
kasali_wells wrote: “Omo she try o. Public School for that matter. Congratulations.”
iteegoigbo wrote: “Congratulations. But make una carry her run away from Nigeria. Education is just 5% of the key to success in Nigeria. 95% na street and politics”
samoshun wrote: “Abeg are there any scholarships she can apply for that would cover her fees. That result needs to be rewarded properly.”