A young Nigerian woman, Fareen Matilda Adzege, has made the nation proud as she bagged a first-class degree from Rostov State Medicine University, Russia. Matilda made history also as she became the only student with that special distinction.
The Nigerian's achievement has just grown the list of people polishing the nation's image. She broke the record and became the only student to graduate with a first-class honour in medicine from Rostov State Medicine University, Russia.
Meanwhile, earlier reported about one Chidubem Obi who graduated with an amazing 5.0 CGPA from Sechenov Medical University in faraway Russia. In the photo of him shared online, he could be seen in a blue suit as he posed with others at the graduation ceremony. He spent seven years studying in medical school and he is from Anambra state.
In related news, Habeeba Olayinka showed that Nigeria is blessed with many brilliant minds. Habeeba finished her masters from the department of botany at the University of Ibadan with an amazing 7.0 CGPA. She was the best graduating student of her set in 2019. Austin Chibuike Ikpeama also joined the list of Nigerians reaching amazing feats in the academia abroad. According to his brother, Ikpeama O Tochuckwu, Chibuike got his PhD at the young age of 24 after finishing strongly from the University of Sciences, Philadelphia. where he got a doctorate degree in physical therapy. He is from Chokoneze community in Ezinigittee Mbaise local government of Imo state, born and raised in the US.
In similar news, Nigerian teen wins President’s academic excellence award, receives letter from Trump. White House, in a letter personally signed by President Donald Trump, and sent to the awardees, described Ikechukwu as a high academic flyer destined to achieve greatness in life.
Meet another young Nigerian genius, Olaoluwa, who is the youngest African professor who got his first bachelor degree at 14. Hallowed Olaoluwa got his bachelor degree at the age of 14, double bachelor's degree at 17 before he went ahead to get his masters in mathematics and physics at 19.