Cursory: The young girl, who left secondary school five years ago, shared her NECO result online as she walked down memory lane
Young promising Nigerian, Emmanuel Nkiruka Philomina, has been celebrated on social media for passing her National Examinations Council (NECO) exams.
The excited young lady took to Facebook to celebrate her success and sponsor.
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According to her post, she revealed that she took the exam five years after leaving secondary school.
“I wrote my NECO exam and I did so well.
“Let me tell you all how I got write my NECO exam after 5 years of leaving secondary school.
“6 months ago which was April, I sent an anonymous message to Egboka Victory lamenting how hard life really is and how I’m unable to get my WAEC because of finances. If you know me too well, especially on this space, you will know how much I crave to join the military. External certificate like WAEC/NECO is the reason, I haven’t joined the military. Aside the military, there’s alot I could do with the certificate but unfortunately those opportunities keep passing by and it always makes me look like a failure! For 5 years? When some of my mates are graduates, some in university already and I’m still struggling to write secondary school external exam?!!
“I was so happy when he posted the reply, because alot of people will not even look twice. Before I could even message him, because he offered to teach me graphics designing for free, I saw a comment where someone told him to share his WhatsApp contact with me. I messaged him and told him WAEC registration has closed that I’ll be going for GCE instead, since I can still use it for what I wanted, he asked me how much, told him and boom, he sent the money that same day! I cried, because at first, it didn’t feel real. Called my mom, she was so happy. I thanked him, wholeheartedly.
“Delay is not denial!!
“When my results came out and I saw how well I did, I couldn’t help but thank God for bringing them my way.
“When I told my mom about my result, she sent me 2k for passing my papers.
“Mr Egboka Victory please don’t get tired of me appreciating you. It really means alot to me, thank you and thank you.
“Please, if you see this, help say a prayer for Mr Raymond and Victory. “
These are some of the reactions to her post:
@Nnanna Uma: Congratulations to you for taking a bold step in the right direction. Well done. The best is certainly yet to come
@Oluwasola Oluwarotimi: God would bless them abundantly. Congratulations, sis.
@Chinwe Chukwudolue: Once a winner, always a winner!! Mr Raymond and Victory, keep doing good and receiving blessings
@E-square Eze: Congratulations to you. May God bless those that put their heads together for your success
@Evelyn Enwereuzo: I’m proud of you girlie…you are resilient ND I love dat…. God bless Me Raymond and Victory. Congratulations bby
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