When Nigerians cross the Atlantic to study abroad, they are known for their academic brilliance and exploitation.
On several occasions, Nigerians have come out on top with outstanding grades, research, and innovation at some of the world’s top universities in Europe, North America, and Asia.
Prof Wole Soyinka, Adebayo Ogunlesi, Bennet Omalu, and a slew of other Nigerians have gone on to shake the world with their excellence in academics, innovation, technology, and other fields.
Ufot Ekong, a young Nigerian who made history by solving a 30-year mathematical problem at Tokai University in Tokyo, Japan, joins the list of these numerous brainiacs who represented the emblem of Nigeria.
This incredible feat earned Ekong presidential recognition, and he went on to graduate as the overall best from the prestigious institution.
According to Africa Archives, Ekong is a decorated electrical electronic engineer who now works for Nissan and manufactures cars.
Ekong now has two patented products, including an electric car he built himself, as of January 2023.
Ekong has a master’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering, as well as a doctorate in power electronics and motor drives. Both of these degrees are from Tokai University, where he holds the highest grade point average in the institution’s 81-year history.
He also speaks English, Japanese, French, Yoruba, and Ibibio fluently.
Meanwhile, a alented young boy has received praises from people on social media after converting a bicycle into a bike.
In a trending video, the new bike owner rode his innovation to a nearby fuel station to fill up the tank.
Social media users who never thought that such a conversion could be made are currently celebrating him.
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