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It is another success story for the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, B-Zone when a student of one of the society-owned secondary schools excelled in the just-released JAMB examination scoring 336 of 400.

The student, a 17 year old Akingbade Lukman Opeyemi scored 75 in the Use of English, 90 in Physics, 77 in Biology and 94 in Chemistry to make the aggregate of 336 in the examination.

With this, Akingbade Lukman Opeyemi became the student with the highest scores in Osun State generally while another Muslim student, the Ataoja High School boy, Kamorudeen Ridwanullah, who scored 319 is the student with highest scores among public school students in the state.

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MSSN B-Zone is happy with this development and we are grateful to Allah for making the dream of establishing schools by many of our strata to produce students that are excellent in academic and piety coming to reality.

You will recall that in the year 2018, one of the students of the same school, Al- Fareed College, Ede, Hammed Abdullah Isola, represented Nigeria in International Physics Olympiad held at Lisbon Portugal and was given national award by the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Education.

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Qaasim Babatunde Odedeji

Amir/Zonal Coordinator
MSSN B-Zone

 

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