Young Nigerian Girl Who Gained Study Admission to 7 Most Prestigious Universities Speaks

Young Nigerian Girl Who Gained Study Admission to 7 Most Prestigious Universities Speaks

  • A young Nigerian girl achieved the remarkable feat of being accepted into all four of the world’s most prestigious universities, a testament to her dedication and the intensive preparation she underwent at her local school
  • Her successful applications to seven international universities were strategically crafted around her passion for computer science, showcasing her academic prowess and extracurricular excellence
  • In a heartfelt acknowledgement, she credited her parents and teachers for their instrumental support and guidance, which played a crucial role

A Nigerian girl, Emmanuella Ilok, narrated her unique journey of securing places at all four of the world’s most esteemed universities.

Speaking out for the first time, she revealed that her acceptance into seven top-tier global institutions was the result of intensive training and meticulous preparation at her local school.

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The young girl got admission to the best schools
The young girl spoke on her academic journey so far. Photo credit: @gsl_official
Source: TikTok

She detailed her application process to these international universities, driven by her fervent interest in computer science, and expressed her heartfelt gratitude towards her parents and educators for their unwavering encouragement and support, as shared by @gsl_official.

Yusuf Wahab, an academic expert who graduated with distinction at Kogi State Polytechnic, shared his thoughts on how the Nigeria government can imbibe a culture of excellence:

“The government can make learning and academia more interesting by making sure people get job upon graduation. Also by providing enabling environment for graduates to become entrepreneurs and employers of labour by providing all the necessary support to young graduates. The number of subjects on the high schools should be reduced and streamlined to students capabilities.”

Watch the video below: compiled some of the reactions below:

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Abieyuwail said:

“Don't let my mum see this heiii.”

Oyin wrote:

“Beauty and brains. God abeg.”

Me8383 commented:

“My dad has sent this to me twice.”

Bb 9:

“I looked at myself in the mirror and sighed.”


“Congratulations but make my mama no just see this video abeg.”


“She is that girl o.”


“She's so eloquent and well spoken.”


“Sigh my age mates.”


“Her braids didn't stop her oh.”


“The laugh at the end is too realI (role model forever.)”


“Omo if my brother had this kind of sister, he'd spend alI his money on her education.”

Mercury on Mars:

“Congrats, Ella. God Bless you in your future endeavors!!”


“Such a huge deal! Congratulations love.”


“If my parents were on tt id be finished.”


“And she's so pretty too.”


“Her laughter at the end.”

Nigerian girl emerge top among students

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian girl who emerged top among millions of students worldwide has shared her story of winning.

Mmesoma Okonkwo, a student of Chrisland School in Lagos State, Nigeria, received the award for her excellent performance.

Mmesoma said English has always been her favourite subject, and she was confident about all the answers she chose during the exam.

There is also a story of a video of a brilliant young woman, Ibrahim Nafisat Abdulmumim, who graduated from Al-Hikma University with a first-class honours degree in Agriculture went viral.


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