Lalong honours indigene student who scored 9 A1s in WAEC
Governor Solomon Lalong Plateau State has rewarded Miss Slyvia Ulan Andrew, an indigene of the state who got 9 A1s in the recently-concluded West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Sylvia, who hails from Bokkos Local Government Area of the state was a student of Premier Academy in Abuja.
She, alongside her mother, met with the governor at the state house recently and she was offered a scholarship to any University of her choice.
Reports say that Sylvia had previously won a scholarship from petroleum giants, Shell after she emerged as the overall best student in the national common entrance examination.
Speaking at the event, the governor also praised her mother for raising her without her late father.
Sylvia is said to have a history of record-breaking having emerged overall best at national common entrance examinations which earned her a scholarship by the Shell Petroleum Company.
The teenager, who hopes to become a chemical engineer in future thanked the Governor for the reception and promised not to disappoint him and the people of Plateau State.