Meet Oluwatunmise Idowu, a 14-year-old girl with an electric brain

Meet Oluwatunmise Idowu, a 14-year-old girl with an electric brain

- A 14-year-old girl known as Oluwatunmise Idowu has gained the attention of social media users for being a genius

- In 2016, young Oluwatunmise beat a record on the Cowbellpedia TV quiz show where she solved 17 mathematical questions correctly in 60 seconds

- She has earned the nickname Electric Brain

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Beauty and intelligence are two powerful qualities that command admiration and respect. Like it or not, people always revere a brilliant child or adult. 14-year-old Oluwatunmise Idowu has the internet popping over how incredibly smart she is.

In 2016, the young girl solved 17 mathematical questions correctly in 60 seconds, on the Cowbellpedia TV quiz show. Her impressive feat earned her the nickname, Electric Brain. There's no doubt that the future is bright for the young girl who is not only brilliant but also great at thinking critically under pressure.

Many social media users have expressed love for the young girl who is definitely one of the smart heads in her generation, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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So impressive!

In the same light, just recently, a group of Nigerian school students made history. Reports reveal that the students of the a school located in a village in Akwa, Anambra state, made some impressive inventions.

The students who have no access to electricity or internet built a generator which runs on water, a rocket launcher and a bio-digester.

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