- A young Nigerian girl, Karimot, has made the country proud
- Karimot recently emerged 2nd in a mathematics competition held across the country
From a very young age, children are thought to know the importance of education as they compete with their peers to emerge as the best.
It is not strange to hear parents telling their kids that they were at the top of their class during their time and kids are also encouraged by these stories to do their best.
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Legit.ng has gathered the report of a young girl, Karimot, who emerged second in a mathematics competition held in the country.
According to The Status on Facebook, Karimot was one of the best at the recently held competition which involved students from across the country.
Karimot is reportedly a student of Federal Government Girls College, Ipetumodu, Osun state, Nigeria.
She has obviously made her family proud.
Congratulations to her.
In other news, Legit.ng reported on the awesome story of a 10-year-old girl without hands who won a national handwriting competition.
The girl identified as Sara Hinesley, made the astonishing feat after competing in the 2019 Zaner-Boser National Handwriting Contest and earning the Nicholas Maxim Award.
According to reports by CNN, the award is usually given out to special students who have cognitive delay, or any intellectual, physical or developmental disability.
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