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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Young Nigerian boy graduates high school with good grades, wins $57,000 scholarship to 5 US universities

A young Nigerian boy named Stephan Mbala who graduated from Chrisland Schools, Nigeria with good grades has won 57,000 dollars worth of scholarships to five universities in the United States.

Stephan Mbala graduated as one of the best students of Chrisland Schools, Lagos Nigeria. He described his experience at the school as a great and remarkable journey.

He expressed his gratitude to his teachers, non-teaching staff,  and especially his group of friends stating that having good friends is essential in achieving success.

Samuel also shared on his LinkedIn that he applied individually and gained admission to 6 universities outside Nigeria. He was also awarded a scholarship from five of the universities.

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He earned an international competitive scholarship In-state tuition worth 18,300 dollars international tuition cost reduction, and a 100-dollar stipend each semester from New Mexico State University.

Stephan won a 7,000-dollar merit-based presidential and Akron Advantage Award scholarship from the University of Akron, and 27,964 dollars merit-based Imago dei scholarship from Simpson University.

He also earned a 17,000 dollar merit-based scholarship from McMurry University and a 6000 dollar merit-based scholarship from West Virginia University. All of his scholarship-based acceptance is in the United States.

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Stephan said though he has a lot of options based on his scholarship offer, he would be attending the University of Lethbridge, Canada for his bachelor’s degree.

He said he is officially a scholar at The University of Lethbridge in the school’s foundation program. Stephan added that he anticipates much achievement from the opportunity.

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