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Nigerian man celebrates admission into university after writing WAEC 3 times and JAMB 5 times

A Nigerian man identified as Wily Ambitious Azeez took to twitter to share his experience of all he went through before he could finally gain admission into the university.

According to him, he wrote WAEC 3 times and JAMB 5 times. By refusing to give up on himself, he was able to matriculate into University of Ilorin 8 years after he finished secondary school.

The young man shared his matriculation pictures on twitter and captioned it saying

” Happy matriculation to me… 3 WAEC, 5 JAMB, 8 YEARS AFTER SECONDARY SCHOOL… Never give up on your dreams… #Ambitious #UnilorinMatric2019

He mentioned saying ” Best day of my life was yesterday… The beginning of a new beginning… Thanks to you all for the love, encouragement and the motivation. Ain’t a scholar though, but I’ll surely rise above and be that which you all wish for me to be. #UnilorinMatric2019 #Ambitious

So many people applauded Azeez on twitter for not giving up and making sure he gained admission into the university.

See some reactions below:

Fabric [email protected]·10hReplying to @AmbitiousHayzedAll the absolute best. Be the absolute best. Pick a skill as well Have fun, lots of it. Meet people. Find opportunities around you. Optimize every single thing. In all of this, protect your mental health. “


[email protected]_rayo
·18hReplying to @AmbitiousHayzedCongratulations… Your resillience is mindblowing, i hope to hear more about your achievements soon Aside: I met a guy in the UNI who wrote jamb for 9 years. This guy went on to finish as one of the best in his dept while bn on scholarships from his 2nd year.

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Yinka Ogunlewe

Adeyinka is an entertainment and fashion content writer with years of experience in the industry. She is a graduate of English language from Lagos State University (LASU, Ojo). She obtained a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Lagos. She likes to read, write, surf the internet, listen to music and hang out with friends.

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