Meet The Youngest Boy Who Received His Phd At Age 22.


 

 

Dr. Nkemehule Karl Omebere-Iyari, 22 was an old student of king college, Lagos who had 8As in his WAEC result at the age of 16. He was the best graduating student in chemical engineering that year, he got university scholarship, Omebere Iyari wasted no time, and hesitated not in pursuing his PhD. He received a UE grant of €17,000 every year, and was able to complete his doctorate in the record time of three years, specializing in multiphase flow.

The young Omebere Iyari has distinguished himself as an exceptionally gifted and excellent Nigerian. Dr. Omebere Iyari received his PhD in chemical engineering from the university of Nottingham, UK in 2006, then aged 22.

Dr. Omebere Iyari was the first youngest boy who had ever received his PhD at the age of 22.

 

 

Dr. omebere Iyari aside his Olevel grades being 8AS, he also got the best jamb score during his time of about 332 aggregate which on that time, was a battle to get.

Dr. Omebere Karl Iyari after his graduation, has worked with multinational cooperation due to his excellent in his field of study and many experiences.


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Posted Aug 30th, 2020

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