Geniuses that Have Shattered Huge Records in Reputable Foreign Universities

Geniuses that Have Shattered Huge Records in Reputable Foreign Universities

It is fast becoming a culture for academic feats in foreign varsities to be broken by black students, especially Nigerians.

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Briefly News brings you up to date with unbelievable academic records that were broken by students of Nigerian descents.

Nigerian Geniuses that Have Shattered Huge Records in Reputable Foreign Universities
The bright lads rewriting history in foreign univerisities Photo Credit: Ventures Africa,ICIRNigeria
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1. Stella Emelife Chinello

Stella Emelife Chinello shattered an academic record that had stood for the past 100 years at the University of Mysore (UoM), India after she emerged the best graduating postgraduate student, walking home with 20 gold medals and 5 cash prizes, according to ICIRNigeria.

In her statement at the varsity 99th convocation ceremony reacting to her feat, Stella told New Indian Express that:

"I devoted most of my time towards studies. I was either in the classroom or the library. The reason why I chose India, especially the UoM, for higher studies is because of its scope for academic excellence."

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2. Ufot Ekongo

Mathematical genius Ufot Ekong broke a 50-year-old record of the Tokai University, Japan as he recorded the highest grades the university had ever seen and thus finished as the Best All-Rounder with a first-class in electrical engineering.

The Akwa Ibom indigene, Ventures Africa reports, also have two patents to his name owing to an electric car he had developed.

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3. Dr Victor Olalusi

Dr Victor Olalusi is a genius with a track record of excellence from his formative education years and thus, his achievement of having 5.0 CGPA for 5 consecutive years at Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU), Moscow is another feather to his colourful cap.

His other notable academic feats back in Nigeria include; Best WAEC result Nigeria, 2004, Cowbell Award in 2006, Highest Post UME score at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in 2006, OAU Medicine First Merit list in 2006.

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4. Osarieme Omonuwa

Osarieme Omonuwa at 22 became the first black woman to bag the Reading University Chancellor’s Award in the 121-year-old history of the institution.

Aside from bagging a first-class at the UK varsity, the lady went home with other prizes as Student of the year, Best female graduating student, Council of Legal Education Star Prize and so forth.

5. Oluwatobi Olasunkanmi

Oluwatobi Olasunkanmi, the son of a former Minister of Youth Development in Nigeria, was the only black student in his graduating set and went on to win the William Charnley Prize for graduating with the best first-class in law at the University of Cambridge, UK.

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi's youngest doctor, Dr Thakgalo Thibela is only twenty-one years old. According to the bright young lady who received her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Wits University in 2020, says she always wanted to be a doctor.

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"Dr Thakgalo Thibela is South Africa's youngest female Medical Doctor. At just 21 years old, she has already obtained her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Wits University in 2020.

"Dr Thibela has not always had it easy, as she comes from Violet Bank, a village in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga.

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