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A young man celebrates his first-class degree after receiving F9 parallel in NECO.

Mayowa Joshua Amusan, a young Nigerian man, has given an amazing story of how he overcame academic challenges to become the top graduating student.Mayowa graduated with honors from the University of Ibadan, where she was the best student in the agricultural economics department.The young graduate celebrated his achievement on LinkedIn, where he stated that he failed all of the papers in his first-ever National Examination Council (NECO) exams with an F9 parallel.

After three sittings, the Agricultural Economist was able to clear his WAEC papers.

The young man stated that he attended Ibadan Polytechnic and graduated with honors.He then transferred to the University of Ibadan (UI), but was originally hesitant to enrol for the POST-UTME because he was afraid of failing.

Mayowa was able to secure admittance to UI with the help of his family, and he has since written his name in gold.
“DON’T GIVE UP!” says the narrator.
The first image in this piece is a photograph of my very first written external examination. With an F9 Parallel, I had failed all of the subjects I sat for that year. After that result, I had to retake WAEC three times before clearing all of my papers.

After that, I went to Ibadan Polytechnic. My CGPA was initially fairly low, but with hard effort, consistency, and the grace of God, I was able to earn a Distinction in Agricultural Technology.Even though I received a Distinction, I was hesitant to purchase the University of Ibadan’s Post-UTME form because I was afraid I would fail the tests. My parents and siblings trusted in me, and God willing, I was accepted to study Agricultural Economics at the 200 level through direct entry. I not only received a first-class grade, but I also graduated first in my department.Everything is possible with God, hard effort, a loving family, and good friends.Maintain your efforts and DO NOT GIVE UP!”

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