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School honours 17-year-old over outstanding WAEC result

By TVC News Nigeria
01 December 2020   |   10:58 am
An Abuja- based secondary school, Premiere Academy, has honoured one of its final year students adjudged to have made excellent results in the 2020 West African Examination Council, WAEC, released recently. The 17-year old, identified as Mulan Sylvia Andrew, was showered with accolades for the brilliant performance during a brief virtual ceremony, held to that effect yesterday in the school’s premises.

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