21 year old British based Nigerian Engineering student, who got first class reunites with his family after 5 years he left Nigeria. The young man who is celebrating her 21st birthdaytook to his twitter handle to praise God's blessing in his life after he got job with Rolls Royce, an aero-engine producing company in England. He wrote; "Turned 21 today, got offered an Engineering job with Rolls-Royce yesterday, achieved a first class last semester, re-united with my mum and sisters after 5 years because of immigration issues, all in the space of 3 months. I prayed for all this and God has really blessed me"
Nkechi Chidi-Ogbolu is one of many Nigerians making our country proud. A graduate at 18, she has made history as the youngest person to graduate from Howard University, Washington, DC USA. Selected to begin a PHD programme at University of California, Davis in September 2017, Nkechi - one of the youngest PHD scholars in the world, is poised to kick off a new adventure. On her recent visit to Nigeria, Nkechi paid a visit to the MTN Headquarters in Ikoyi and was warmly received by the Corporate Relations Executive, Tobechukwu Okigbo and staff of MTN who had the privilege of receiving autographed copies of her book. At 18, the fun loving teenager who contemplated dropping out of college at one point, has already accomplished what many adults will struggle to achieve in their lifetime. ...
Nigerians are exceptional and wherever you find them, they shine like diamonds in the sky. Some Nigerians are studying at the Bowie State University, in the State of Maryland, U.S. and the school has good testimonies. About 1,000 Nigerian students are in the tertiary institution and about 100 are international students while 900 are residents. Professor Cosmas Nwokeafor is a Nigerian and he is the Dean of the institution's Graduate School. He told the News Agency of Nigeria that the institution has been blessed by Nigerian students. “Most of our Nigerian students are majoring in Computer Science and Organisational Communications and many other programmes. “And Nigerians have actually performed very well and I can tell you because I’ve been in this university for 25 years.
Silicon Valley-based Oshi Agabi has unveiled a computer based not on silicon but on mice neurons at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania. The system has been trained to recognise the smell of explosives and could be used to replace traditional airport security, he said. . Eventually the modem-sized device - dubbed Koniku Kore - could provide the brain for future robots. Agabi is attempting to reverse-engineer biology, which already accomplishes this function with a fraction of the power it would take a silicon-based processor. EYES OF LAGOS learnt that, He launched his start-up Koniku over a year ago, has raised $1m (£800,000) in funding and claims it is already making profits of $10m in deals with the security industry. Koniku Kore is an amalgam of living neurons and silicon, wi
The 20-year-old daughter of filmmaker, Kingsley Ogoro, Mamobo, yesterday graduated with a first class honors from the University of Warsaw in Poland. Her proud dad shared photos from her graduation. Congratulations to her!
This a 23-year-old Onoriode Aziza who has three first-class degrees from OAU, Nigerian Law School and Cambridge University. Wow!
This youth corp member with the username @amsolex has got praises online after he shared these beautiful photos of himself and his mother who sold vegetables to train him to the University on his media page. Here is what he wrote: HELLO Nigerians! I wanna introduce my SUPERHERO to you. The only treasure i have left in the world, the only woman who loves me unconditionally, provides for me even when i say mummy you've done enough, gives me even when I don't ask. Goes to the market day-in day-out to sell UGU leave, BITTER leave, WATER leave, SPINACH & every other soup item you know... that is what my MOTHER sell just to get me to were I am today, she's the reason am a CORP MEMBER today, Wearing these uniform, obeying the clarion call, & not just me alone including (6) other
Kudos to Miss Tioluwani Comfort has joined the list of Nigerian youths who are doing the country proud. She recently bagged the 2017 best graduating student with distinction in Law (LLM) at University of Wales, United Kingdom. Having left Nigeria to pursue her postgraduate studies after a frustrated effort by the incessant strikes that prolonged her stay at the University of Abuja where she got her first degree in law, she made good her decision, excelling with flying colours... Her words: "I attribute my success to the Lord Jesus Christ because nobody receives anything on earth except it be given to him from heaven because in all fairness, I never expected that I would graduate with a distinction in LLM Law let alone graduate as the best student. Romans 9:16: “So then it is not of him
Her name is Monica Tanee. She's a Chemical Engineering graduate from the University of Portharcourt. She's from Rivers state, OGONI to be precise. She sells smoked Catfish thoroughly washed, sprinkling of salt processed through firewood oven. She's one of the few Nigerian ladies who believes that she needs money to enable her to meet her needs and the way she know she can get it is through hard work. I celebrate your courage dear. This clearly shows that she doesn't feel comfortable seeing some women sitting at home, waiting for a man to open a shop for them or to provide for their basic needs. You're truely an inspiration dear.....God bless you Source: viviangist
The 37 Kano nursing students currently on scholarship in Egypt have cried out over the state government’s plan to withdraw them over alleged poor performance. In a statement sent to DAILY NIGERIAN, the affected students explained the reason why their performance was below average, saying the botched plan by the state government to transfer them to another school was the cause of the problem. Below is their side of the story… The issue we are currently dealing with actually started last year. In January 2016, some group of students wrote a letter to the Deputy Governor of Kano State Professor Hafeez Abubakar, telling him about the problems students were facing regarding the school, the racism in the street (we are the first group of black people to live in the city for long), t