5 Nigerian young geniuses and their incredible exploits


These are five Nigerian-descent child geniuses and the ages at which they accomplished their extraordinary exploits.

It’s fascinating that the majority of these children were born outside of Nigeria, which just implies that given the correct circumstances, the genius in Nigerian youngsters would emerge.

Here are five examples.

1. David Balogun

He was nine years old when he became the youngest person ever known to have graduated from high school. David is a Nigerian child who was born in Pennsylvania, United States.

2. Joshua Beckford

[BMAN] Joshua Beckford is a kid genius.

His parents are Nigerian, but he was born in London. At the age of six, he enrolled at Oxford University and graduated from the history and philosophy department at the age of fourteen.

3. Joshua Agboola

[goodnigeria] Joshua Agboola is a tech whiz.

Joshua is the only one on the list who lives in Lagos, Nigeria. As an 11-year-old, he created his own software company, Joshfortech.

His fascination with technology began when he was six years old.
He is well-versed in a variety of programming languages, including Javascript, HTML, CSS, Jquery, Bootstrap, and PHP for databases.

At the age of 12, he also won the MTN mPulse Hackathon.

4. Esther Okade

Esther Okade received her PHD at the age of 16 [Guardianng].

At the age of 16, she received a PhD in financial mathematics from the University of Cambridge. She started university when she was 13 years old. One of her numerous children’s books is Yummy Tasty Math.

5. Chikadibia Ofili

Chika devised a new mathematical formula [Inspiringnigerian]

Chikadibia Ofili, a 12-year-old child from the United Kingdom, was recognized with a Special Recognition Award for producing a new mathematical discovery on November 18th, 2019.

Chika Ofili, a math genius, devised a new formula for divisibility 7 in mathematics.

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