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Sad as man uses his national examination certificate to wrap fish

by Samantha
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The original WAEC certificate of Oweisana Braduce has found an unexpected use: wrapping street food. A photo circulating on Twitter, posted by user Alakowee, depicts the certificate being employed to wrap suya, a popular Nigerian delicacy.

According to the certificate, Oweisana sat for the West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE) in June 2011 at Obotebe Secondary School in Burutu, Delta State.

The document indicates that Oweisana, born on February 26, 1991, registered for eight subjects and successfully passed all of them.

In the breakdown of the WAEC result, Oweisana achieved notable grades, including B3 in Commerce, B2 in Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK), and A1 in Economics.

Additionally, scores of C4 in Government, D7 in Literature in English, and C4 in English Language were attained. Notably, there is a lack of a Mathematics score, which has raised eyebrows and led to speculation.

Furthermore, Oweisana scored B3 in Agricultural Science and B3 in Biology, rounding out the results. The absence of a Mathematics score has prompted inquiries into how such a critical subject could be missing from the certificate, along with curiosity about how it ended up in the possession of a street food vendor wrapping suya.


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