The Deeper Life High School in Lagos is set to hold a Valedictory service for the top scorer in the University and Tertiary Education Matriculation Examination (UTME) and West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), Kamsiyochukwu Umeh, and 138 others in the school.
An invitation letter by the School Administrator, Pastor Emmanuel Eze, says the school Orchestra/choir will perform to thank God and celebrate Kamsiyochukwu Umeh and others who also did very well in both examinations. The Valedictory Service, according to the memo sighted by Prime Business Africa (PBA), will begin at 9 am on Monday, August 14, 2023 at the Lagos campus of the Deeper Life High School sited at Km 44 Ibadan Expressway, Mowe in Ogun State.
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The Valedictory programme, according to the principal, is themed “Limit Breakers”.
Kamsiyochukwu had scored a rare 360 out of 400, meaning that she correctly answered 90% of the questions set. prime Business Africa also reported that “in the results of the West African School Certificate Examinations (WSSCE) released this week, she again struck premium grades (A1) in eight out of nine subjects.”
This newspaper however noted that the “young girl represents the heartbreaking scenario of talents daily lost to the costly pursuit of Golden Fleece abroad.”
Pastor Eze, the principal, had told journalists that 45 other students of the same school also scored over 300 in the 2023 UTME. Of the 139 students who sat the UTME in the school, 46 scored above 300; 65 made between 250 and 299; 27 students made between 200 and 245, while only one student scored 197. Anrew Imoukhuede, who scored 355, also had 99 per cent in Mathematics.
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