An exceptional Nigerian mom, Precious Chioma Ugwoke has inspired many after she decided to return to high school at a time she has become very old to be in High School.
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Precious Chioma Ugwoke who hailed from Enugu, Nigeria, West Africa re-enrolled for high school in 2018 after giving birth to her last child. She joined a junior class and was promoted through the stages to finally conclude the required high school examination – West African Examination Council (WAEC).
Celebrating her feat on Facebook, Precious’s husband, Ugwuoke Oloto Odobo said she was inspired to re-enrol for school to pursue her passion to study Law and was encouraged by the overwhelming support received from the public.
He said: “On September 24, 2018, I posted the picture of my wife returning from her new school, St Andrew’s Secondary School, Ibagwa-Ani, Nsukka LGA, where she resumed academic pursuit after we had our last child. She resumed in JS3.”
“Encouraged by the overwhelming responses from the public, she braved all odds and burned the midnight oil until today, June 22, 2022 when she wrote her last paper, Government, in the West African Examination Council Senior Certificate Examination,” he added.
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Ugwuoke Oloto Odobo asked for well-wishers from all around the world to support and pray for his wife as she awaits her result which will be used to seek admission into the university to study Law.
“We ask for your continued support and prayers as we await her results. She says she wants to study law. We believe she can do it,” he said.