Another Nigerian kid has made the nation proud again as she got a great win on the international scene.
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Izoduwa emerged the first winner of the Sawnee Elementary spelling bee. Sanwee Elementary school is a part of West Community School in Georgia, Unites States.
Some of the schools under the group are Vickery Creek Elementary School, Kelly Mill Elementary School, Liberty Middle School, among others.
According to the information on Sanwee’s website, the school was first created in 1968 as a result of the amalgamation of Matt, Ducktown and Friendship schools.
Though the school suffered a bit setback when its original building was demolished in 2001, it came up strong in 2002 with a new building.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a 12-year-old Nigerian Chika Ofili really made the nation proud as he did what many his age could not achieve.
He won an award at the TruLittle Hero award over the weekend for discovering a new way to divide in mathematics.
The young mathematician genius' new formula created new divisibility by seven in mathematics.
The TruLittle Hero Awards is a yearly event that gives recognition and celebrates marvelling achievements of children and young people who are still under the age of 17 years in the UK.
It was at the 2019 edition of the award, that the young Nigerian was recognised for discovering the new formula.
Mary Ellis, his math teacher, who also doubles as the head of the mathematics department at the Westminster Under School, said Chika discovered the new formula during his holiday assignment.
It was reported that she gave the young Nigerian boy a book, which contained several divisibility tests used to quickly work out if a figure is exactly divisible by the numbers 2 to 9, which lacked memorable test for checking divisibility by 7.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported Margaret Afriyie, a Ghanaian midwife, has received great commendation for her love and compassion towards the poor and needy especially pregnant mothers in under-served communities.
From Ahafo Ano South-East District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, Afriyie’s benevolent gesture towards her clients at the Ahwirewam CHPS Compound, where she is currently the only midwife with three supporting Nurse Assistants, has urged more women to seek care at her facility.
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