Nine-year-old Nigerian boy, David Balogun, has made history by becoming one of the youngest students in the world to finish high school. He lives in Pennsylvania, USA, and is also a Dynamic Software Developer.
David graduated from Reach Cyber Charter School in Pennsylvania and is now studying at Bucks County Community College.
He wants to be an astronomer, engineer, or software developer in the future.
People had these reactions:
@obaf1 said: “There are kids selling water in traffic who are as smart as David. We hope Nigeria gets good leaders soon.”
@FirstObidient said: “Nigeria has talented kids, but things are not going well.”
@Onwukaemeh4 said: “In Nigeria, they teach kids to pray and learn about history, not practical skills. Religion is a problem.”
@Anyetye1 said: “Congratulations to David Balogun, that’s an amazing achievement.”
@Chimacoeche said: “Nigerians are doing great things worldwide, while leaders waste money. It’s incredible.”
@JunelJohn4 said: “This couldn’t happen in Nigeria. Congratulations to him.”
@SteffanyyPopin said: “It’s a great accomplishment.”
@Uchenna_Azorji said: “When we have better leadership, kids like David will proudly represent Nigeria. Our current leaders have issues.”
@Joejohnseen said: “Nigeria has a lot of talented people making a mark worldwide. We need better leaders to support them.”