Governor of Enugu State Awards a Student Who Scored nine(9) A1s in Her Waec Result Scholarship

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Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi,the Governor of Enugu State congratulating Miss Cynthia Ali, a student who had A1 in all her nine WAEC subjects, after the governor awarded her a first degree scholarship to any Nigerian university of her choice in Government House, Enugu.

GOVERNOR Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has offered a scholarship to Miss Cynthia Chinecherem Ali of Shalom Academy, Nsukka, in any Nigerian university of her choice, for scoring A1 in all the nine subjects in the 2017 West African Examination Council (WAEC) exams.

The state government has also resolved to present the student with a certificate of honour in further recognition of her outstanding academic performance.

Announcing the scholarship shortly after the student was presented before members of the State Executive Council for commendation on Thursday, the state Commissioner for Education, Professor Uchenna Eze, expressed delight at her impressive record.

Professor Eze, who briefed newsmen in company with the Commissioner for Information, Ogbuagu Anikwe and the Special Adviser on Education, Dr. Sam Ugwu, alongside the parents and management of the school, added that Miss Cynthia had made the state proud and deserves the recognition and support of the state government.

He stated that the recognition of student was to encourage others to work hard to excel in their academic endeavors and continue to make their families and state proud.

The government urged her to remain committed to the pursuit of academic excellence.

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