Intelligent Girl to Represent Nigeria Overseas after Winning National Olympiad Biology Competition

Intelligent Girl to Represent Nigeria Overseas after Winning National Olympiad Biology Competition

  • A female student of Charles Dale Memorial International School is set to fly Nigeria's flag at the Olympiad Biology World competition taking place abroad
  • This comes after the brainy girl emerged as the winner of the National Olympiad Biology competition, which was held in Nigeria
  • The development excited Nigerians, with many sending the student kind thoughts as they celebrated her

Odika-Onyekachukwu Emmanuella, a female student of Charles Dale Memorial International School, Port Harcourt, has been hailed on social media for her successful academic showing in the National Olympiad Biology competition.

The female student won the National Olympiad Biology competition.

Joy as brainy girl wins national biology contest, to represent Nigeria abroad
Odika-Onyekachukwu Emmanuella won the National Olympiad Biology competition in Nigeria. Photo Credit: @winexviv, Classes
Source: Twitter

Emmanuella's feat was disclosed on X by Alex Onyia, the CEO of Educare.

He further revealed that she would be representing Nigeria in Kazakhstan, a country situated in Central Asia, for the Olympiad Biology World competition.

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Alex hailed Emmanuella as a star. Alex wrote:

"Odika- Onyekachukwu Emmanuella has won the National Olympiad Biology competition in Nigeria and will be representing Nigeria in Kazakhstan for the Olympiad Biology World competition.
"Her school is Charles Dale Memorial International School Port-Harcourt.
"She is a star!"

Another brainy boy had represented Nigeria in two major mathematics olympiads.

See Alex's post below:

Nigerians hail Odika-Onyekachukwu Emmanuella

@toks_jay3092 said:

"We celebrate our dear star."

@NelsonNeme82804 said:

"This is what we should be investing on if God bless me I will never forget to help the children who value education very well because my dad did so to me."

@iam_onyeka said:

"Congrats, more winnings ahead."

@PreshUgwueze said:

"The environ of learning alone in this school is sth else...The first and only time I taught with an electronic board was in CD. Their packages for teachers is also nice...a sch that offered me as much as 180k in 2019 just to teach JS2 of A-D and 1 arm of SS1. KUDOS."

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@AnozieDavid said:

"Congratulations young lady and God be with at the world level."

Girl who represented Nigeria abroad smashes UTME

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a girl who represented Nigeria abroad in a mathematics olympiad smashes UTME.

Ifeyinwa Faith Ogbodo, Grace's family member, shared her pictures and UTME result on Facebook.

Ifeyinwa could not contain her joy at Grace's academic feat. Grace scored 317 on aggregate: 75 in English, 89 in physics, 70 in biology and 83 in chemistry. An excited Ifeyinwa thanked God for Grace's feat and appreciated her tutor, school principal, proprietress and teachers.

Source: Legit.ng

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