It is not a surprise anymore that Nigerians have many talented and passionate youth. Nigerian youths are talented people who try their best to make the country better, and this lady has shared how she does her own share of good.
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A young woman has taken to social media to share all her achievements. The lady identified as Maryam Jallo had shared her achievements on popular mirco-blogging platforms, Twitter.
The lady had narrated how she passed her Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) at the age of 15. She noted that she had left Nigeria to continue her education at a university abroad.
Jallo had explained that she had the opportunity to study two majors. The young lady revealed that she got her first bachelors degree at 18 years old, Briefly.co.za found.
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At the age of 21, the young lady became a medical doctor and founded a non-governmental organisation at 22.
The lady noted that a year after creating her non-governmental organisation, the company had already completed 48 cases.
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She said: "I passed JAMB a month before turning 15yrs old, left Nigeria at age 15 to a University where I got to study two Majors. Got my First BSC at age 18, became a medical Dr at age 21, founded an NGO at age 22. A year later my NGO has completed 48 cases. So yes #IAMNorth and proud."
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