See the reason why this Corper wrote SSCE 17 times

See the reason why this Corper wrote SSCE 17 times

To some, this story may sound inspiring, to others it would sound incredulous, Emmanuel Oluwasayomi Ahmadu, popularly known as Mr Voiceover, a Kogi-born Batch B Stream II Corps member serving in Kwara State graduated from UNIBEN but only after he had written his secondary school leaving certificate, 17 times!

Emmanuel who is an award winning voice-over artiste, Nollywood actor, anti-depression and suicide advocate, is a graduate of mass communication from University of Benin (UNIBEN). He claims he wrote SSCE 17 times because he did not want to pass by cheating.
He said:
I survived through the grace of God. The journey started when I was at a tender age and everything was rosy in the family; then the situation turned sour and family crisis began. My father and mother separated due to irreconcilable differences. That was when my crisis started. I attended 16 primary schools and 14 secondary schools between 2010 and 2014 due to persistent family crisis which caused me psychological and mental imbalance, leading to SSCE attempts before I finally passed after the 17th attempt in 2014.
The examinations I sat for included WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, NECO GCE and JAMB that ushered me into the university. During the period of writing O’ level examination, I endured the pain to keep attempting each exam yearly with the sole aim of passing without cheating, despite pressures to succumb. This is because I knew succumbing to malpractice would cause me more harm than good, considering the psychological and mental effects of being enrolled in several schools and learning under different teachers.

He added that his experience all through the times he had to rewrite his SSCE helped him succeed in the university.

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    olise 1 week ago

    and he still graduated below 30?
    Disi ike