- Fetimi Balogun Bebeteb, an indigene of Delta state, who broke a 55-year-old record at University of Cebu, Philippines, will be celebrated by same institution in October
- The Nigerian academic genius said despite the fact Nigeria is blessed with so much human resources, they are not appreciated
- Fetimi beat other international students in the school to clinch the academic honour
Another Nigerian, Fetimi Balogun Bebetebe, made a mark in the international academic world as he broke a 55-year-old record in Philippine university.
The Nigerian was sponsored by the federal government under the Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to go for his Bsc in Marine Engineering at the University of Cebu, Philippines.
In an interview with CKN Nigeria, Fetimi said he won the highest distinction in the school, adding that the feat is such a miracle to him.
Though he broke the record in 2017, according to a testimony shared on TB Joshua Ministries facebook page, the award ceremony will be coming up on Tuesday, October 29, 2019.
The Nigerian genius said he will like to appreciate the God of TB Joshua for how he was enabled with the academic prowess.
He said that though Nigeria is blessed with abundant human resources, negligence has made it impossible to maximize them, calling for the need to put value on the things in our possession.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Joshua Beckford, a 14-year-old boy who was diagnosed with high functioning autism, was named as one of the most intelligent children in the world.
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At the age of six, most kids are still learning how to read and count, however, at that age, Beckford was intellectually ready to attend one of the best universities in the world.
At just 10 months old, Beckford could already read, write and understand the alphabet. By the time he turned two, he could read fluently and he could speak Japanese by the age of three.
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