Professor Jason Arday

Professor Jason Arday becomes youngest black professor at Cambridge University

Professor Jason Arday, who couldn’t read or write until he was 18 is about to become Cambridge University’s youngest-ever black professor. 

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9-year-old child prodigy graduates from high school in Pennsylvania, makes history

9-year-old David Balogun, a Nigerian American has graduated from high school in Pennsylvania, United States of America. He is now the youngest student ever to…

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Young Ghanaian Lady Celebrates As She Fulfills Childhood Dream Of Becoming A Teacher

A young and beautiful Ghanaian lady identified as Abigail Adjoa has taken to social media to celebrate after fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a teacher

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The Mamie Mariama Justice Ganawa Education Foundation (MaMJGEF) Donates Learning Materials And Issues Scholarships To Their First Set Of Beneficiaries Worth Over 60 Million Leones (3500 dollars)

The Mamie Mariama Justice Ganawa Education Foundation (MAMJGEF) recently made donations worth 60 million old Leones, which is equivalent to about $3,500, to their first…

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Michael Blackson

Ghanaian-American Actor And Comedian Michael Blackson Opens Free School In His Village In Ghana

Ghanaian actor and comedian based in the United States, Michael Blackson has opened his own school in his village in Ghana, which will offer free tuition to all its students.

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Patrice Motsepe

11 things you need to know about Patrice Motsepe, Africa’s first Black billionaire

Patrice Motsepe is a billionaire from South Africa with a $2.7 billion net worth. At the age of 46, he became the first Black African to appear on Forbes’ list of world billionaires in 2008. Additionally, he is the first billionaire industrialist from South Africa.

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Ramarni Wilfred

Meet The Black Teen Genius With An IQ Higher Than Bill Gates And Albert Einstein

At age 11, Ramarni Wilfred has an IQ higher than Bill Gates, Professor Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. With a score of 162, Ramarni is the youngest person to score higher than Einstien, Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates. 

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Dr. Shamaria Engram

First Black Woman to Receive a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at Univ. of South Florida

Dr. Shamaria Engram has become the first Black woman to graduate from the Computer Science and Engineering doctoral program at the University of South Florida…

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Danielle Boadu

9-year-old Danielle Boadu beats 450 others to win national math competition in UK

Danielle Boadu, a 9-year-old student from Heritage Park Primary School in Peterborough, won the Year 3–4 division of the “Sum it Up” national math competition with her depiction of arithmetic, beating 450 other students from across the UK and Ireland.

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Nasara James Dabo

Meet Nasara James Dabo: A 13-year-old Nigerian Girl From Kaduna State Who Solved 34 Mathematics Questions in 172 Seconds To Win International Mathematical Olympiad

Nasara James Dabo, a 13-year-old Nigerian genius girl from Kaduna State has set a remarkable record in Mathematics after she solved 34 Mathematics questions in 172 seconds to win the International Mathematical Olympiad Competition, winning gold.

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Claudine Gay

Claudine Gay, The Child of Haitian Immigrants Is Set To Become The First Black President of Harvard University

Claudine Gay, whose parents are from Haiti is set to become the first-ever black President of Harvard University since 1636. She will assume office on July 1, 2023, becoming the 30th president in Harvard’s 386 years history. 

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Priscilla Asikhia: Nigerian Lady Sets Record, Bags First Degree At 19, Masters At 22, Ph.D. At 25 Years

Priscilla Asikhia, a brilliant Nigerian woman, has set a remarkable academic record. At 19, she bags her first degree, Masters at 22 and Ph.D. at 25 from Babcock University, Ilisan, Ogun State, at the age of 25.  She is the university’s youngest Ph.D. graduate and one of Nigeria’s youngest Doctors of Philosophy.

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Moyin

Young Nigerian Lady Who Studied Economics, Wins 8 Awards & Emerges Best Graduating Student

A young Nigerian lady identified as Moyin has left social media users in awe after graduating from Babcock University with a First Class degree in Economics, winning eight academic excellence awards and emerging as the best graduating student.

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Meet 15-year-old Stacey Fru, Africa’s youngest award winning author

Stacey Fru is a 15-year-old South African author, child activist, philanthropist, speaker. At the age of 7, she became the youngest award-winning author in Africa.

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Meet Musawenkosi Donia Saurombe: The Youngest Person in Africa to Earn a PhD At 23 Years Old

Zimbabwean woman, Professor Musawenkosi Donia Saurombe who is now an Associate Professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, made history in 2017 when she became the continent’s youngest PhD holder at 23 years old.

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Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa

Meet Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa: The Youngest Person Ever To Graduate From Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and Currently The Youngest University Graduate In Ghana At Age 17

In 2021, Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, now 18, became the youngest university graduate in Ghana at the age of 17, having graduated from one of Ghana’s best universities, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a degree in Mathematics

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Online Learning Made Easy – Mukiish Spot Is Now Recruiting Academic Tutors In Sierra Leone

Mukiish Spot, an online platform for online learning in Sierra Leone is currently recruiting professional academic tutors for its incoming online learning website and app for primary and secondary school pupils.

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From A Small Rural Town In Sierra Leone To Becoming A Computer Science Professor At The University of The District of Columbia and The University of Potomac: The Inspiring Story of Professor Mohamed K. Kamara

Professor Mohamed K. Kamara is a Sierra Leonean Professor in Information Technology Security and Assurance and the first Sierra Leonean to develop the Stratford University graduate curriculum in telecommunications. He is the author of three books; The Implications of Internet Usage in Sierra Leone – 2013; The impacts of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Science Development – 2016; Securing Critical Infrastructures – 2020. 

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Juliana Elfida Kabba

Promising Tv Presenter Juliana Elfrida Kabba Bags Award For Best Student Support Staff Performance

A young promising female presenter studying Mass communication, in her third year who doubles as a staff at the University’s Television station at the Canadian University of Modern Technology  Juliana Elfrida Kabba has bagged an award for outstanding performance at the university.

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How The Soviet Union Helped Patrice Lumumba

Eager to act quickly and the world had turned its back against him, Patrice Lumumba ran to the Soviet Union for help. It was the Soviet Union who gave a listening ear to Lumumba.

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