Two Nigerian young girls break sport record in Canada

Two Nigerian young girls break sport record in Canada

Two Nigerian teenage girls, Agboola Rofiat and Adekayode Deborah, have broken long jump sports record for their age category in Canada.

According to the videos and screenshot posted by Rofiat's father, Shola Agboola, on his Facebook page, Rofiat came first and Deborah second in a Canada-wide championship.

Rofiat holds the Canadian record for long jump in her U-18 category even though she is 16. With the development, Rofiat is the best in her category as a long jump athlete. In some of the posted pictures, the two young girls could be seen on the winning podium with their medals.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Emmanuella Mayaki, a 10-year old kid, was offered a teaching appointment for making some technological changes to an Artificial Intelligence project.

She was said to be very proficient in all main Microsoft programs and has even launched a website of her own.

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After the after-school club at the Southfields Primary School, Coventry, England realised her technological skill set and her passion for work, it offered the 10-year-old the opportunity to teach so she could show others the amazing things she can do.

One of Nigeria's very best in the comedy industry, Emmanuella Samuel, broke another ground internationally.

Little comedian Emmanuella will be featuring in a new Australian movie called Survive or Die among other star casts.

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The movie was filmed in 2016 and released in 2018. The movie was co-directed by Daniel Okoduwa and Mike Kang, and co-written by same individuals.

Jamie Murgatroyd worked on the music for the movie while Nicholas Okoduwa and Adam Sanders worked on cinematography and special effects respectively.

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