JAMB 2024 results: Intelligent boy from Catholic school smashes UTME, scores 366

  • A bright lad from a Catholic school situated in Port Harcourt got an aggregate score of 366 in the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
  • The boy’s UTME result was one of the 49 top-performing scores of students from the Catholic school
  • Internet users celebrated the high-flying students and commended the school for making a statement in the JAMB exam

Emmanuel Jeremiah Jewel, a student of Bishop Okoye Spiritan Secondary School in Oyigbo, Port Harcourt, got an impressive 366 in the just-concluded UTME.

Emmanuel’s outstanding performance was obtained from a document from his school, which is making the rounds on social media.

Port Harcourt Catholic schoolboy scores 366 in UTMEEmmanuel Jeremiah Jewel scored 366 in the JAMB exam.
The image of a boy used here is for illustration purpose and unrelated to the story.
Photo Credit: David Malan, bosss.sch.ngSource: Getty Images

The document showed that 49 students from the school that sat for the UTME scored between 281 and 366.

Emmanuel led the park and had 95 in mathematics, chemistry and physics. He also scored 81 in English.

A Facebook user, Okeke Callistus, shared the document and hailed the Catholic school‘s students for their stellar exam performance. Okeke wrote:

“The Holy Ghost Fathers never relent in their mission for the betterment of humanity through quality Education, as many people cry for massive failures in just released jamb results, Bishop Okoye Spiritan Secondary School in Oyigbo PH Nigeria came out with an amazing result of which the lowest mark was 281..

“Think education, think Spiritan.”

Before Emmanuel’s score became public knowledge, a Kaduna student who got 362 was dubbed the top-scorer by netizens.

Bishop Okoye Spiritan Secondary School celebrated online

Joseph Samuel Nnamani said:

“This is our identity as Spiritans. ‘Ekene dili Chukwu’.

“Dear parents, this is an eye-opener and opportunity for the future of your amazing children. Register your children now and peace of mind settles with you.”

Peter Nwobodo said:

“Wow! This is amazing. Congratulations to young lads.”

Blessing Blessing Nneka said:

“Waoh!! Congratulations my Reverend Father. More oil on your head IJN….cap sir.”

Isi Okonkwo said:

“Congratulations . BOSSS remains the BOSS in the business.”

Chinyere Nduagwuike said:

“Congratulations to the students for their brilliant performance.”

Chidimma Udeh said:

“Excellent results they have there!”

Sandra Ezeani said:

“BOSSS is the Boss. Congratulations. Amazing results.”

Precious Ugwueze said:

“This is amazing, congratulations BOSSS .

“The first JS1 class I taught in BOSSS (2018), already writing JAMB? See how time flies. What an outing .”

Benue girl trends over her UTME score

Meanwhile, Fox Nigeria previously reported that a 16-year-old Benue girl had become a viral sensation over her outstanding UTME performance.

Pictures of the 16-year-old girl were shared on social media by excited folks as they celebrated her academic feat.

One of the people who was happy for the girl was Obande Christian Ogede. In a Facebook post, he hailed Tsavkegh, saying she really killed the JAMB exam and gave them the “Gboko standard.” He said the girl is a student of Calvary Arrows Secondary School in Gboko, Benue State.

Source: Fox Nigeria


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