Nigerian woman who returned to Secondary school after child bearing graduates
A Nigerian mother, Precious Chioma Ugwoke, who went back to secondary school after child bearing, has graduated.
In 2018, Precious’s husband—a former weapons instructor for the Nigerian Army—announced on Facebook that she had gone back to school for her secondary education.
Giving an update on Wednesday, June 22, Mr. Odobo disclosed that his wife has concluded her West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and wants to study law.
The proud husband posted pictures of his wife’s first day of school with a picture of her graduating, and captioned it,
“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. 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. Let the pictures complete the story!” He wrote.
In other news, Tonte Ibraye, the gubernatorial candidate of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Rivers State, has announced popular Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh as his running mate for the 2023 governorship election in the state.
The Rivers state-born thespian cum politician made this known via her Instagram page on Friday, June 24, while expressing gratitude to the candidate for choosing her.