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This 14-year Old’s Success Story is Why Nigeria should Invest in Tech Education for School Kids

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You probably have heard of Tomisin Ogunnubi, who, at 12, created an app – My Locator – that helps lost children call for help.

In 2017, Tomisin graduated from Vivian Fowler Memorial College with 16 merit awards, including the award for Best Graduating Student.

Described as a “teenage coding superstar” by BBC, Tomisin talks about her plans for the future, the importance of tech as well as shares advice for other kids.

“Being able to make a difference is a key point for me. It is something that I really want to do,” she says.

We are seriously rooting for Tomisin and honestly can’t wait for what she’ll be building next.

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2 Comments

  1. Teekay

    August 29, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Well done Tomisin!

  2. Tatafo!

    August 29, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    Love this!!!

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