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Ondo State Acting Governor, Hon Lucky Aiyedatiwa has congratulated the overall best student from Ondo State in 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, Miss Omoyeni Joy Folakemi.
The Acting Governor received the young champion, Miss Omoyeni Joy Folakemi in his office in Akure on Monday.
The 16-year old Omoyeni Joy Folakemi an Ipe-Akoko born and student of Telnet International Schools, Akure, Ondo State, got As in all the nine subjects she registered for in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE.
She has just been declared as the overall best student in Ondo State as confirmed by WAEC and also one of JAMB top scorers in Nigeria in 2023.
Aiyedatiwa said, “this is a rare privilege, as you know is consequent upon your excellent academic performance in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE… you did not only come out as the overall best student in WASSCE from Ondo State as duly certified by the examination body, you are also one of the top scorers in Joint Admission and Matriculation Board ( JAMB )”,
Aiyedatiwa said the State Government desires is to always see her students and youths excell in all of their endeavours.
“We will continue as government to invest in education in terms of infrastructures and human capital development to guarantee good learning and greater performance” , he said.
While congratulating the champion, Aiyedatiwa appreciated the parents for their support and investment in the young lady as he also applauded the management of Telnet International Schools for academically nurtured and prepared this young great talent.
Miss Omoyeni Joy Folakemi was thankful to the state government for creating enabling environment for her to thrive.
She equally acknowledged the unflinching support from her parents and her school management.
Earlier, the Managing Director of Telnet International Schools, Dr Kola Ariyo said he was thrilled by the outstanding academic achievements of his students particularly, Miss Omoyeni Joy Folakemi, declaring that his investment in education was his own way of giving back to the society.