Nigerian student wins bronze at international maths quiz in Thailand

Nigerian student wins bronze at international maths quiz in Thailand

- A Nigerian student has won a bronze medal in Thailand

- The young student had won the medal at the international maths quiz

- Al-Amin Adamu Gamawa got the 15th position out of over seventy countries

Nigeria is a country filled with talented and creative individuals, and a young Nigerian student has proved his worth at a competition outside the country.

A Nigerian student identified as Al-Amin Adamu Gamawa made the country proud after he won a medal at a mathematics competition that took place in Thailand. The young student had won bronze medal.

The student represented Nigeria against over seventy countries and he finished the quiz with 15th position.

Al-Amin Adamu Gamawa

Nigerian student Al-Amin Adamu Gamawa wins bronze at international maths quiz in Thailand Twitter source: Amina Gamawa

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Gamawa was presented with a bronze medal as reward for his participation in the mathematics competition.

YEN.com.gh came across the news of his success after his story was shared on Twitter. User identified as Amina Gamawa shared the news in a tweet.

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She wrote: "Congratulations Al-Amin Adamu Gamawa on winning bronze at the international maths quiz in Thailand where over 70 countries participated. Nigeria came 15th."

Nigerians were excited that one of their own came out on top out of over seventy countries in the world. They all shared their words of the encouragement for the boy to keep on soaring high.

Read tweets below:

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In another story of achievement and success, YEN.com.gh had reported that a young Nigerian lady identified as Aarinola Olaiya Blessing reaped the fruit of her labour after years of study at the university. She graduated from medical school at Obafemi Awolowo University with distinctions.

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