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Mother sends daughter back to Nigeria for failing her exams



An abroad-based Nigerian girl has revealed the ‘punishment’ she was subjected to by her mum for her poor academic performance.

According to the young lady, her mother decided to send her back to Nigeria after she failed her examinations abroad.

She expressed excitement because she was made to believe that she is going back to Nigeria to spend holidays for two weeks.

Taking to her TikTok page, the student shared a video which showed when she was on a plane heading back to the motherland.

According to her, the trip was a blessing from her mum after she failed General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exams.

“Failed my GCSEs but my mum blessed me with a holiday to naij,” she wrote in the clip.

Watch video below:


See u in 2 weeks❤️

♬ original sound – daniella

Interestingly, social media users were of the view that the holiday was just a way to send her back to Nigeria and that she may never return back abroad.

Aifa said: You are no coming back unless you call your local council from nipa they will help you to come back home ok.

TikTok user Amas wrote; Lmaooooo so you still never get old format wey don cast one chance dear.

Rosalie___ said: I don’t think it’s a two-week trip I think it’s a one-way ticket.

Spammmmm; Y’all I don’t think she gets it . Sweetie you may never get back.

237 + 419; Like the song says “say bye bye oo” cause you’re not coming back.

ℙℝℕ.ℂℝ; What makes her think she is coming anytime soon Naija parents will fool u when u least expect it.

Meanwhile, a nine-year-old brilliant girl named Danielle Boadu has become a social media sweetheart after being crowned the champion at a national maths competition.

She won the competition which was organised in observance of World Maths Day, which falls on March 23.

Boadu, a pupil at Heritage Park Primary School in Peterborough was among several primary school children tasked to display basic understanding of mathematics.

She defeated N450 other brilliant students to emerge winner of the competition launched by edtech provider Renaissance Learning.

According to reports, the contenders from primary schools across the UK and Ireland created their visual representation of Maths, but Boadu’s design was selected from over 450 entries by expert judges who admired her work.

An excited Boadu, spoke about how she enjoyed the demonstration of her entry.

”I enjoyed finding all the shapes and patterns in the playground and drawing the objects that I counted and observed,” she told Peterborough Telegraph.

The little girl was awarded a Kindle Fire tablet and a year’s subscription to Renaissance’s Freckle and Star Maths practice and assessment solutions for their class or school.