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9-Year-Old Nigerian is Microsoft’s Youngest IT Certified Engineer | The African Sun Times

Young, Gifted and African
Are we seeing the next Bill Gates or personal computer entrepreneur, marketer, inventor and Apple CEO, Steve Jobs? He is young, gifted and Black.
 
Jomiloju Tunde-Oladipo has emerged on the global stage as Nigeria’s youngest Microsoft certified professional, being among the youngest to earn the Microsoft Certified Professional Certificate.
 
Jomiloju now joins the league of the youngest certified professionals in the world to include Nigeria’s 10 year-old Anjolaoluwa Seyi-Ojo; an 8 year-old Indian, Lavishnashree, and two Pakistanis, Arfa and Thobani.
 
The 9 year-old student at Role Model School in Oregun, Lagos broke the existing record set in 2012 by Anjolaoluwa who was then considered as one of the youngest people in the world to have become a Microsoft certified professional.
 
According to an October 11, 2013 posting of Brimtime.com, Microsoft Certified Professional is a certification program provided by the Microsoft Corporation.
 
The certification is tailored towards building skills in Microsoft business solutions focusing on client-end operating systems such as Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7.
 
Jomiloju clearly outdistanced 21 pupils who also sat for the test this past July while then in the 5th grade as noted in the October 15, 2013 Atlanta Black Star.
 

The now sixth grader scored 769 out of 1,000, 69 points higher than the required 700 to be recognized as a Microsoft Office Specialist.
 
But this was not his first attempt at this examination. Writes Liane Membis in an October 17, 2013 Clutch posting, Jomiloju took the test in his fifth year at Role Model School after receiving intensive training and passing all the preparatory stages.
 
“It was not all that easy, because I had attempted the examination last year.
 
I did not make it then. But I remained focused and I put in a lot of hard work,” he says.
 
The tech whiz adds in the Brimtime article that, “At home and in school, I am always on the computer. After school hours, if I am not doing anything, I will go to my Information Communication Technology teacher to learn more.”
 
Reflecting upon this experience, Jomiloju recalls that, “I answered 20 questions.
 
After answering a question, the computer takes you to another one.
 
And at times, there will be an instruction to skip the next question. But the program still directs one to come back to those questions that one had earlier skipped.”
 
He admits that he was “really afraid” due to this earlier experience with the test, but he was very optimistic of having success on this next try because, in his words, “he has prepared well.”
 
This talented Nigerian received his training while at the Role Model School from United Global Resources Ltd., an accredited ICT training firm.


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With focus and hard work the needed energy is generated to soar high even when there are seeming challenges just like Jomiloju had. But he added optimism amidst his fears and he eventually found himself at the top. We need to develop the will to step out our comfort zones, out of the box the answer to our lifetime success might just be lurking in there. Success nugget for us all in ng2g forum.

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With focus and hard work the needed energy is generated to soar high even when there are seeming challenges just like Jomiloju had. But he added optimism amidst his fears and he eventually found himself at the top. We need to develop the will to step out our comfort zones, out of the box the answer to our lifetime success might just be lurking in there. Success nugget for us all in ng2g forum.

"Jomiloju" like his name implies has surprised everybody.

With hard work and perseverance, success is always sure.

We should be focus and we shall achieve our desired goals.

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