It was the middle of 2019 when a Nigerian man attracted the attention of the online community after a social media user shared the news of the amazing feat he achieved despite his health challenges.
The man's feat was announced by a social media user identified as Mahmoud Shuaib.
Shuaib shared a post on the popular microblogging platform, Twitter, with a disclosure about the academic excellence achieved by a young man he identified as Sani Khalid.
According to Shuaib, the man who has no legs emerged with a first class degree from the department of biological science in Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria.
"Meet Sani Khalid from Katsina state who graduated from department of Biological Sciences of ABU Zaria with a CGPA of 4.56 ( 1st class honors) despite having no walking limbs. Keep soaring higher; you are an inspiration man Retweet n like to celebrate dis great mind and a rare gem," he said.
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See his tweet below:
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The post has since garnered several reactions from social media users on the platform. See some comments below:
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The young genius was also recognized as one of the youngest kids in the entire universe.
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