Uche Okwuoha was once a wheelbarrow pusher, bus conductor and tout. His shelter was under the bridge. Education for him seemed far-fetched, but now he is a Law student at the Obafemi Awolowo University.
The indigene of Imo State scored the highest mark in the Obafemi
Awolowo Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination in the 2010/2011
academic session. He had the highest score of 320 (out of 400) and he
is presently a student in the institution’s Faculty of Law.
The young chap took his time to prepare for the examination and attained the height of excellence he targeted.
Nigeria is a blessed country with abundant talent..but yet our government cannot tap into this and create a good room for our youths to grow through the basic infrastructures...a friend of mine who saw it says some people do carry out illegal steps to pass an examination in Naija, which am quite aware of but this occurs because the environment is not well condusive for our youths to grow.
Education is key but talent is greater...help our youths