According to her, one of the students from the home scored 268 points which is the highest among the visually challenged students.
She further revealed that five of the candidates scored 250 points each, five others had 240 points apiece and another five students scored 235 points each. The least score among her candidates was 222.
She solicited for the support of the Government, stake holders and well meaning
Nigerians to enable these candidates to further their educations.
She mentioned that the candidates from the Home that participated in 2015 UTME recorded similar brilliant results but could not proceed to higher education due to lack of sponsorship.