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Kwara Govt Celebrates Students Who Scored Above 300 In 2024 UTME



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On Saturday, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, the governor of Kwara State celebrated 31 students who performed well in the last Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), News About Nigeria reports.

According to reports, about 31 students from the state scored over 300 in the last UTME.

While celebrating the students in a statement by his chief press secretary, Rafiu Ajakaye, the governor noted that he was glad to receive reports of students from across public and private schools in the state posting impressive results in the recently held UTME.

He further noted that he was proud of such achievements and believes it will be a push to younger ones in the state to do better.

The statement partly reads, “Particularly heartwarming is the result of Master Samuel Olanrewaju Oluwasemilore of Government Secondary School, Omu Aran, who scored 358 in the exam. Governor AbdulRazaq also congratulates the Great 30 (students) from Kwara-based Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Model College, who got between 355 and 300 marks in the exam and similar high-performers from other schools in the state.

“We are proud of achievements like this; they serve as shining examples for younger ones to work harder, be at their best in their studies, and make their parents and community proud. We are also excited that these are not isolated successes in our education sector, coming only a few weeks after Kwara State represented Nigeria on the global stage at the World School Debate in Singapore, among other feats.”

AbdulRazaq further pledged his administration’s commitment to building the state education sector and to ensuring that the students continue to thrive.