Katsina Man Becomes Professor in U.S. At The Age Of 32 Years
A 32-year-old man simply identified as Ismai’l Abdulrashid, who was raised and born in Katsina state has became a professor.
Abdulrashid, while briefing newsmen on his extraodinary achievements stated that after getting done with his secondary education from Government Secondary School Mani, he proceeded to get his degree in mathematics from the Bayero University Kano.
He explained that resources need to be available to Nigerians, adding that he got help from his mentors.
Daily Star Nigeria gathered that due to his success, he was offered the position of an assistant professor at the age of 32 in different universities.
Abdulrahid disclosed that before leaving Nigeria, he never thought a young person could ever become a professor
It was gathered that he was able to pass a scholarship exam and got a partial scholarship for his masters in pure and applied mathematics.
Legit.ng reports that Abdulrashid never rested on his oars and he went to get another masters degree in data science.
While recounting his experience he stated that : “I never thought this was possible After his programme at the university, the man was given the opportunity to become an assistant professor at the Jack Welch College of
Business and Technology in Sacred Heart University.”
He further revealed that before leaving Nigeria, he used to think that becoming a professor is only achievable in old age.
He stated that he met many people who had their PhDs in their 20s noting that Nigerian students can achieve the same thing if there is more access to information.