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Nigerian Teenager Wins US President's Award and Gets Letter from Donald Trump

The Nigerian teenager, Ikechukwu Nwachukwu Dikko, popularly called professor at home, is an American born to Nigerian parents, he was recently recognized together with his team mates by the President of the united states of America for the exploits in the games of soccer and Basketball in high school.

Nwachukwu who recently graduated from Notre Dame High School in Connecticut was among those awarded elite scholarships. The award tagged, The Presidential Award for Elite Scholarship in America. He also won the Connecticut Seal of Biliteracy for his exploits.

Professor as he is popularly called, was given the presidential award for how he distinguished himself in scholarly endeavours, and was given the Seal of Biliteracy for his proficiency in at least eight foreign languages.

This is not the first time Nwachukwu will be winning awards, he has been receiving various honours even while he was still in high school, for his eloquence in speech and his activeness. The awards were presented to the awardees directly inside their homes, and a letter from the President of United States was attached to it.

President Donald Trump described Nwachukwu as a, “High academic flyer destined to achieve greatness in life”

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