2023 NECO Result: Remarkable Student Scores A1s in English and Biology Following a 282 Score in JAMB, Celebrates

A bright Nigerian youth who participated in the 2023 National Examinations Council’s Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) took to the internet to share his achievement.

The exceptional scholar, Olorun Feranmi, publicly shared about his initial experience of failing the O’level exams three times within a year before finally succeeding.

Also, he scored an A1 in English. It should be noted that the pictures on the left and the extreme right do not depict the actual individual in this narrative. Getty Images/Jasmin Merdan, Facebook/Olorun Feranmi, Guardian
Source: UGC

Remarkable NECO Outcome

In a Facebook entry, Feranmi shared that prior to achieving three A1s in his NECO results, he had scored a remarkable 282 in the Joint Admission and Matriculation Committee (JAMB) test.

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Feranmi achieved a B3 in mathematics, marketing, and citizenship education. His distinctions lie in English language, biology, and chemistry.

The bright student expressed his aspiration for pursuing medicine at university, hoping his dream would come true.

At the time this news was published, Feranmi had not yet responded to messages about his results.

Cate Chado commented:

“That’s great! Congratulations!”

Adeyemi Ola Jumoke added:


Kelechi Ukegbu remarked:

“Congratulations! Surely, it must be divine intervention.”

Godwin Olowu stated:

“That’s fantastic! Congratulations!”

Ben Emmyyoung-Borderbreaker mentioned:

‘Blessed be. It must certainly be a work of God.”

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He unveiled his noteworthy achievement in a LinkedIn post, expressing his thrill.

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