JAMB result of boy who signed out school in style surfaces, his score trends

  • A JAMB exam candidate did well in the 2024 UTME, and he is being celebrated on social media by many netizens
  • The boy scored 314 marks in the UTME, a performance that has been hailed by Facebook users who saw the result
  • Some people are calling for the boy to be given a scholarship to study at the university due to his performance in the JAMB exam

A boy has been hailed on Facebook after it emerged that he scored high in the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

His performance in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation (JAMB) examination threw many who know him into celebration.

Johnson Nathaniel Oguruma scored 314 in JAMB exam.Johnson had written the JAMB exam two times in the past. Photo credit: Facebook/Ebira4Real and JAMB.Source: Facebook

In a Facebook post shared by Ebira4Real, it was revealed that the boy is from Okengwe in Kogi state.

Johnson Nathaniel Oguruma was able to score 314 in his JAMB exams and this has excited those who saw the post.

This is not the first time Johnson is sitting for the UTME, as he has tried twice and scored 232 and 276, respectively.

Part of the story reads:

“According to this brilliant student, 2024 UTME is his third attempt, after scoring 232 and 276 in his first two attempts of his dream to study Medicine and Surgery. He’s currently a BUK aspirant. Congratulations to this brilliant Champ! The entire Anebira are proud of you.”

Facebook reactions to Johnson’s UTME performance

“Congratulations. More knowledge, more success and many more wisdom.”

Maymunah Abdul said:

“A huge congratulations, best of luck with your studies.”

Moses Onuchi commented:

“Congratulations, I am very proud of you. Ebiras are highly intelligent.”

Abubakar Sadiq Okene said:

“Congratulations bro. Such brilliant boy might have learned a lot from the first and second sittings in order to correct himself for this third sitting.”

Boy checks his admission status on JAMB CAPS

In a related story, a Nigerian boy visited the JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) to print his admission letter.

The boy said he was offered admission after sitting for UTME, and he wanted to get a copy of the letter through JAMB CAPS.

He came online to share the message he got after trying to print the admission letter, and JAMB reacted to his post.

Source: Fox Nigeria

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