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Saturday 30 June 2018

Splendid Benue Student Scores 354 To Emerge Best JAMB-UTME Student In Nigeria

Moses Ape from Benue state has emerged as this year's best JAMB-UTME student after scoring 354. An understudy of New Covenant Christian College International, Makurdi, Benue State, Moses Ape, has risen with the best outcome in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation
Examination (UTME) of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), as per Daily Sun.

The report uncovered that Ape scored 354 in the examination to beat Ibukun Oduntan of Corona Secondary School, Agbara Ogun State who was at first celebrated via web-based networking media as the best understudy with an aggregate score of 344.

Foremost of New Covenant Christian College International, Mrs. Joyce Ufere, who unveiled this, at a question and answer session in Makurdi, yesterday, clarified that the school, which was built up in 2009, displayed 23 understudies for the examination.

Of the 23 hopefuls displayed, Ufere said six of them scored over 300 with Ape scoring the most astounding with 354 while minimal understudy from the school scored 249 in the examination.

Asked how he accomplished the accomplishment, the 17-year-old Ape gave the credit to God, his educators, his seniors and his folks for urging him to put his opportunity in serious investigation.

"Aside the support I got from these individuals, I likewise decided to be as well as can be expected be by defining high objectives for myself scholastically knowing completely well that I can be what I need to be in case I'm resolved," he said.

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