A 16-year-old student of Government Secondary School Owerri, Jamachi Osuji, has scored 339 in the 2023 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). Continue Reading>>>
The Imo indigene bagged 71 in English, 88 in math, 88 in physics and 92 in chemistry to make history and join the small number of scholars who scored 300 and above in the tertiary institutions’ entrance exam.
Celebrating Jamachi’s feat on Facebook, a former student of the lad’s school, Sammy Jay, took pride in the accomplishment.
Jay hailed his alma mater, saying the school produces the best brains. Continue Reading>>>
He called on well-meaning individuals and bodies to give Jamachi a scholarship.
“Super Proud of this little Boy, Jamachi Osuji and my Alma Mater Government College Owerri. They produce the best Brains .
“339 in Jamb!!! He deserves a Scholarship,” he wrote.
Legit.ng gathered that Jamachi is the second son of six children.
Reactions on social media
Claribel Duru said:
“Congratulations my son. More divine grace.”
Chioma Njoku said:
“Hallelujah!! Glory be to GOD ALMIGHTY Amen.
“Great GSSO!! Great !!!
“Congratulations to Jamachi.”
Tochukwu Onyeulo said:
“Congratulations to him.
“He has made us proud.”
Baron Sav said:
“Verified blue blood congratulations son,we are always the best everywhere.”
Chiamaka Longinus said:
“Yes, he deserves it. He won a laptop in the quiz competition organised by my organisation. Very good in mathematics.”
Charity Okereke said:
“Wow congrats ooo, great GSSO product keep on moving higher, higher.”
Okorie Kenniston Kevin said:
“This is wonderful 92 in chemistry! Wow.”
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