A Nigerian from Yobe State wins big, came 2nd in a chemistry competition in Netherlands, check out the mouth watering price

A Yobe State indigene, Umar Dagona who represented Nigeria at the World Chemistry competition and came SECOND Position in the competition, with a ?$400,000 win after beating candidates from other countries to clinch the position.

The competition was said to have taken place in the Netherlands with so many other countries participating, however, Umar had beaten all of them to reach the second position.

The prize money of $400,000 is equivalent to N192,000,000, (One hundred and ninety-two million nairas) when converted into Nigerian currency.

Dagon, an NCE holder who studied chemistry education at Yobe state Umar Suleiman College of Education in Gashua town has indeed made the state and Nigeria at large proud, congratulAtions to him.

2 thoughts on “A Nigerian from Yobe State wins big, came 2nd in a chemistry competition in Netherlands, check out the mouth watering price

  1. This is a kind of youth that a nation can be proud of not the youth that go on rampage in the name of peaceful protest.

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