- Joshua Agboola is a bright 10-year-old kid who is a programmer and chief executive officer of JoshForTech
- The young boy started coding at the age of six courtesy of his father who saw that his son was destined for greatness
- Joshua was the youngest speaker to present at a technology talk at the ICTel Expo of the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industry in July 2019
- The young CEO has built a number of games, a healthcare app and a few websites
The chief executive officer of JoshForTech is a 10-year-old Nigerian programmer identified as Joshua Agboola.
Joshua started coding at the age of six and made a record by becoming the youngest speaker to present at a technology talk at the ICTel Expo of the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industry in July 2019.
According to LailasNews, the young boy was also the youngest to speak at TechPoint Inspire.
Legit.ng gathers that Joshua's father sent him to an academy for summer school when he was six, but the school said he was too young for the existing curriculum.
His father drafted a curriculum for him and Joshua surpassed the curriculum that was set by his father.
Joshua, who is one of the young software engineers in Nigeria, has built a number of games, a healthcare app and a few websites.
In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Sarah Oshunniyi has given credence to the fact that an academic pursuit could eventually end well despite failures at the beginning.
Oshunniyi shared her inspiring story on LinkedIn, saying she did not get a single A in her West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The lady said she had to study philosophy after failing her diploma examination into law with the worst result ever.
She said: "I maintained a steady 4.375 for 3 semesters. I had given up every single hope of ever making a First Class."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Kutlwano Tshatiwa is one bright young man who taught himself how to code when he was just 13 years old.
The self-taught coder has since created more than nine apps and his newest Android app will help pupils develop their math skills.
He also won a gold and bronze medal at the levels under the ISF, Tshatiwa said.
The young coder revealed: "I now have developed an Android application which helps learners practice maths, it's some sort of a quiz application, and I developed in only three weeks time using C# programming language."
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