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Nigeria as a nation, is largely populated by talented and creative minds much like this young man who sketches portraits using made-in-Akwa Ibom pencils.
Meet the intelligent 16-year-old Nigerian boy who has been made the young scientist of the year. His future ambition is to be a doctor. This is inspiring.
A young lady has taken everyone by surprise as she builds a wooden house in Iperu-Remo, Ogun state. Her pictures have been posted on Facebook.
Oratilwe AJ Hlongwane, popularly known as DJ Arch Jnr, is no ordinary kid. At just five years old, he is probably the world's youngest DJ. Find out more on NAIJ
NAIJ.com came across the interesting story of a 16-year-old Nigerian girl who was offered a scholarship to any college of her choosing in the USA.
15-year-old Sarah Ikumu dazzled judges and the audience alike with her performance at the Britain's Got Talent (BGT) show on Saturday, April 15. More on NAIJ
Building automobiles using alternative materials is something Nigerians have done. Same goes for prototypes of a bewildering array of different objects.
A Nigerian medical student in Ukraine, Fatonade Olutobi, is the brain behind the biggest drum competition in Europe, Drum Quest. He started in July 2015.
Tomisin Ogunnubi is a 12-year-old student of Vivian Fowler Memorial College for Girls in Lagos, Nigeria. She has just built a locator to help kids find home.
Nigerians are so talented! Genius 18-year-old Secondary school student, Tobi Ayanwoye develops an alarm foot-mat, a solar-powered mower and a grinder.
Several people have suggested different possible solutions to the present Nigeria's condition. But today, I want to add my own proposition to the list.