Fareedah and other honourees from other countries are expected to attend a summer programme in the United States or Hong Kong.
Interestingly, Ikechukwu Divine Oramife has in fact built many other toy vehicles with local wastes and will love to go to school to improve his craft and become an automobile engineer.
Darnella isn’t a professional journalist. However, her journalistic action has had as much impact as any.
It would be great if her story can be used to inspire the youths of Nigeria.
After more than a decade of trying to persuade authorities of the value of teaching entrepreneurship in African schools, the movement is starting to make some headway.
Eloquent, intelligent, thoughtful, and smart are some of the many adjectives that can be used to describe Victory Yinka-Banjo, the 17-year-old who aced all her senior secondary school leaving exams (Cambridge IGCSE – All As, WAEC- 9 A1s, JAMB – 335/400, IELTS – 8.5/9). In
The teenage sensation has been billed as the next great hockey star, and coming from a family that breathes hockey, He explains how he is handling the pressure and his ambitions.
Kasi Economy shared this bit of news on their Twitter handle along with a video that detailed how the 17-year-old successfully built a robot that is able to lift and carry small objects using metal, cardboard boxes and wire.
The young Nigerian recently won FIA European carting championship. And with his latest contract, McLaren will be supporting him as he scales through the junior categories of the sport.
Keep taking advantage of opportunities to learn, whether it’s through listening to podcasts from industry veterans or technology whiz kids, or even just connecting with your team and support systems to keep yourself grounded, said Jatin.