Courage Valour bagged straight An’s in all the nine (9) subjects which he sat for during WAEC Exams
A splendid Akwa Ibom kid, Valor Mbre Inyang, performed magnificently in the as-of-late WAEC and JAMB EXams
A duplicate of the youthful fellow’s JAMB result likewise affirms that he scored a total of 343 out of four subjects written
Valour Mbre Inyang, a native of Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria, has dazzled netizens with his exam results.
The previous student of Top faith schools, Akwa Ibom, made An’s in every one of the nine subjects which he sat for during West African Examination Council (WAEC) Exams.
Not just that, he went on to crush his Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exams with a total score of 343.
commissioner for Information in Akwa Ibom state, Ini Ememobong, who shared the uplifting news on Facebook close by photographs of his outcomes, said:[ruby_related heading=”More Read” total=5 layout=1]
“I celebrate this young Akwa Ibomite, Valour Inyang, who has confirmed to the world that excellence is our definition. I pray that our generation will build and bequeath to his generation a state that will support their dreams and aspirations.”
Valour was additionally the best graduating student of his set at Topfaith schools and photographs shared online showed the moment he got an honor during his graduation.
Valour’s father speaks about his son
When contacted Valour’s father, Mbre Inyang, he expressed his delight over his son’s result and returned all glory to God.
He went ahead to reveal his son’s exploits during his primary and secondary school years which subsequently earned him a scholarship from Akwa Ibom state Government.
Valour’s father also stated that he greatly admires his son because an outstanding trait about him is his extreme focus and determination to scale heights.
In his words:
“Thank you for getting in touch with me. I return all glory to God Almighty for what He has done for me and my family. I’m really excited for this remarkable exploit.”
“Since he started primary school, he has always been first position in his class. He was the best graduating student during the graduation ceremony in his primary school, sweeping all awards.”
“He represented Akwa Ibom state in the mathematics competitions for primary schools in Nigeria and won scholarship. He has won several external academic awards. One outstanding thing about my boy is that he is so focused and determined.”