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Meet the only lady in Nigeria to pass two GCSEs at the age of 10

Nigeria is a blessed country with many talented people, despite our current situations there has been many Nigerians around the world that have done and achieved many great things. In this article I'm going to be talking about one of them.

This particular lady's name is Anne-Marie Osawemwenze Ore-Ofe Imafidon, she was born in 1990 and, is one of the youngest and most brilliant people in Nigeria to pass two GCSEs in two different subjects, Mathematics and Information Technology at the tender age of 11, which is a feat in itself so to speak. At the age of 10, she could speak almost 6 languages. At 13, she received a British scholarship to study Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University.

At 15, she was admitted to a degree program by the University of Oxford. At 17, she started a master's degree at Oxford University and, at 20, she became the youngest-ever graduate of the University with a Master's degree.

At the age of 24, Imafidon founded and became CEO of Stemettes, a social enterprise promoting women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers, and at 27, she was given the honour of being a Member of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 2017.

This lady is certainly an overachiever, with all these results above, it is clear that she is a genius.

So what do you think about her? Share your views with us in the comment section below.

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