325 JAMB’s score:Yola North indigene of Adamawa scored impressive UTME result in the state

Adamawa indigene,Hauwa Idris Hamadina scored an impressive aggregate mark of 325 in this Year’s Unified Tertiary matriculation Exams (UTME) of Joint Admission and Matriculation board (JAMB).

Many in the state extols Hauwa to have scored a very impressive and encouraging result considering the fact that the overall winner in the country announced by JAMB is 15-year old boy, from Abia according to the Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, scored 347 marks considered as the highest by board.

Similarly, a 16-year-old boy from Abia State came second by scoring 346 marks.

Also a 17 year old from Osun State who trailed behind with 345 was considered by the board as the third best result in the 2019 UTME.

Miss Idris whose is from Yola North LGA wants to study international relations (IR),sat for English,History, Literature, and Economic. She scored 82,93,64,and 86 aggregate points respectively.

Young Hauwa who took her exams in AUN is most likely the leading pupil who scored the highest mark in the state.

Hamadina who turned 17 years old last May her result is now talk of the town in the state with possibility to must have scored the highest aggregate points.

She confided in tgnews.com that her desire is to built a good career in international relations that will make her work for the peace of all nations of the world and help the downtrodden and those denied of justice.

All efforts made by our correspondent to speak with Ministry of Education and JAMB officials to authentic possibility of her scoring the highest points in the state proved abortive.

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