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Deeper Life High School produces JAMB 2023 top-scorer, Umeh Nkechinyere

The top scorer in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations with a cumulative mark of 360, is a student of Deeper Life High School (DLHS), Lagos Campus.

The Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examinations (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Oloyede had revealed during the 2023 policy meeting in Abuja that Umeh Nkechinyere, an indigene of Anambra State got the highest score in the highly competitive exam.

Research however revealed that the student who showed high level of brilliance is a Deeper Life High School trained student, showcasing the discipline and tutuledge that the school is known for.

JAMB had also unveiled the top 10 candidates, among whom are Aguele Stephen, 358; Ositade Oluwafemi, 358; Gbolahan Ayinde, 357; John Fulfilment, 356; Chimdubem Ugonna, 355 and others.

Deeper Life High School is a boarding, mission, co-educational secondary school established by the Deeper Christian Life Ministry in November 6, 2010 with the sole aim of contributing to human capital development in Nigeria.

According to the Ministry, it is the vision of God, given to the General Superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry (DCLM), Pastor (Dr) W.F. Kumuyi, adding, “The vision is to take children and youth to the top, children with clear vision and purpose like Daniel who imbibes the knowledge of God.”

Expressing her joy, the Education Secretary of DLHS, Mrs. Thelma Malakar, said: “At DLHS we are proud of Nkechinyere’s performance. She’s a true ambassador of the school where academic and moral excellence are a norm.

“We wish her more ascendancy in her career.”

The Deeper Life High School (DLHS) school started with seven campuses and is currently present in 21 States including the Federal Capital Territory and still spreading.

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Written by Tom Chiahemen

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