- Bashir Dodo, a lecturer at Umaru Yar'adua University, Katsina, has won a dean prize at the Brunel University London
- This award for innovation followed the one he received in 2018 for his research paper on a proper way to diagnose eye disease
- Apart from the dean's award, he also bagged the Vice Chancellor's Prize for Doctoral Research as he convoked from the institution
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A Nigerian man, Bashir Dodo, has represented the country well in the international space as he won the Brunel University London’s Dean Prize for Impact and Innovation.
Not only that, he also bagged the Vice Chancellor’s Prize for Doctoral Research. It should be noted that two years ago in 2018, Bashir's paper was picked as the best in Portugal for his algorithm to diagnose eye illness.
His public profile shows that he is a computer scientist and a lecturer in the department of mathematics and computer science at Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina.
Bashir got his first degree in software engineering before he proceeded for his masters in computer systems engineering.
In 2017, he was part of the local organizing committee of the sixteenth international symposium on intelligent data analysis.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another Nigerian man, Ifeanyi Okpala, studying in the US made the nation really proud by winning a special award for his MS thesis at the University of Alabama Graduate School.
It should be noted that some months back, Ifeanyi earned his masters degree in flying colours as he completed a 105-page thesis, two journal articles, four conference papers, and had a CGPA of 4.0/4.0.
In other news, a Nigerian teenager, Ikechukwu Nwachukwu Dikko, a student of Notre Dame High School in Connecticut, won The Presidential Award For Elite Scholarship in America and the Connecticut Seal of Biliteracy.
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The Nigerian genius can speak 10 languages which are Igbo, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Russian, Dutch, and German.
Another thing worthy of note is that Ikechukwu’s father once wanted to be the governor of Connecticut on the platform of React Party.
In a letter personally signed by President Donald Trump, Ikechukwu was described as a brilliant academic student who is well-positioned to achieve great things in life.
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