Recall the Nigerians, Bello Sambo Bello and Kelechi Nwankpa, who had their PhDs at the age of 28 and 30 in foreign universities in their respective fields? Another Nigerian, Innocent Demshemim, from Adamawa state, has raised the bar higher for young achievers with his academic achievement.
Demshemimo is presently a visiting professor of chemistry at George College Kentucky in the US as his profile on the school’s website confirmed.
He was said to be one of the young brilliant minds achieving great things in the institution, according to a twitter user.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Opeyemi Rabiat Akande, an Ibadan-born lawyer, won a Harvard prize for her PhD dissertation which was titled Navigating Entanglement: Contestations over Religious-State Relations in British Colonial Northern Nigeria c. 1890-1977.
It was gathered that the dissertation was based on the significance of religion in Nigeria. She graduated from the University of Ibadan (UI) in 2009.
Akande was among the 23 scholars who were given the prize by the law school. She is also the best graduating student from the faculty when she was a student at UI as well as of CS Ola Prize in company law and taxation.
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