Visually Impaired Candidate Emerges as WASSCE Award Winner in Anambra
Valuable Mbajiorgu, has been proclaimed the best applicant in the class of outwardly weakened understudies in Nigeria in the 2022 Senior Auxiliary School Declaration Assessment directed by the West African Assessments Chamber.
An Anambra understudy, Valuable Mbajiorgu, has been proclaimed the best applicant in the class of outwardly weakened understudies in Nigeria in the 2022 Senior Auxiliary School Declaration Assessment directed by the West African Assessments Chamber.
Mbajiorgu, who sat for the assessment at St. John of God Optional School in Awka, was announced the champ of that class at the WAEC Nigerian administrative center in Abuja, for her scholarly greatness in spite of being truly tested.
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Mbajiorgu who is an indigene of Ihiala in Anambra State is presently a new understudy at the Nnamdi Azikiwe College, Awka, where she is concentrating on Direction and Guiding.
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She performed splendidly in the nine subjects she composed.
Presently 21 years of age, Mbajiorgu lost her sight in 2008 to glaucoma when she was in her terminal class in an elementary school in Awada, close to Onitsha.
She hence lost a few years while acclimating to her new condition which made her gain proficiency with the utilization of the Braille machine to peruse.
A cheerful Mbajiorgu who intends to be an intellectual, devoted her honor from WAEC to the Anambra State Lead representative, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, for his obligation to quality schooling and for his endeavors to engage genuinely tested people.
"Professor Soludo really focuses on all, and he is very much engaged, not simply splendid," she said.