- Yusuf Abdukrahman Sambo, an IT expert from Kaduna, is one of the leading figures in revolutionary 5G technology
- Sambo is also an academic who has published several articles in top journals and also a top-rated reviewer
- The tech expert also had a stint in the academia as a lecturer at Baze University in Abuja where his students made a laudable project
Nigerians are making impacts around the world in places that really matter. Yusuf Abdulrahman Sambo is one of such with his sterling accomplishments in Information Technology (IT).
According to The Cable, Sambo, who was born in 1988 in Kaduna, is currently a research associate and part of the 5G-SON at the University of Glasgow in the UK.
The IT expert had his primary education at Command Children School in Abuja before proceeding to Zaria Academy, Shika, for his secondary education.
Later on in 2010, he graduated from Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria with a second class honour.
He got his PhD at the age of 27 on full scholarship which was as a result of the sterling performance he put up during his Masters education.
It could be said that Sambo's pursuit in mobile communications started properly when he secured a significant funding to conduct a research in the field during his stay at Texas A&M University in Qatar.
The Cable also reports that after his education abroad, Sambo came back to the country and briefly taught at the Baze University, Abuja between 2016 and 2017. At the university, he made significant contributions as some of his students came up with a laudable project.
Presently, the tech expert is with the Communication, Sensing and Imaging Group of the University of Glasgow where he is working on communications systems that are independent and resilient.
Among the several achievements Sambo has had was co-writing the reportedly world’s first books on 5G and the electromotive force radiation from wireless technology.
Sambo hits some international limelight with his works in 5G technology which his team demonstration for the first minister of Scotland.
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As an academic, he has published several articles in top-notch journals and is said to be a reviewer of many journals.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Bello Sambo Bello, a young academic doctor and engineer from Katsina state, revealed how he bagged his PhD at the age of 30.
The young engineer said that he finished with a great WAEC result in 2007, after which he immediately proceeded to the Eastern Mediterranean University in Northern Cyprus for higher studies.
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