12-Year-Old Girl Who Created An App Honored With 16 Merit Awards

Tomisin Jasmin Ogunnubi, a 12 year old student of Vivian Fowler Memorial College Oregun, Lagos Nigeria; who has developed a fully functional android application in Nigeria, has just graduated with 16 merit awards in subjects like Mathematics, English, French and Science and Technology, including being named as the best graduating student for the year. Her father, Yinka Ogunnubi who is an Author and public speaker revealed his excitement over his daughter’s achievements over social media, and the news was received with felicitation.
March 30, 2018
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