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5-Year-Old Nigerian Passess UK’s GCE… Makes World History

A five-year old Nigerian, Dee Alli, has made history in the United Kingdom by being the first pupil to pass a General Certificate of Secondary Education, GCSE, Nigeria’s equivalent of GCE, and scoring C in Mathematics.
Photo:Dee Alli and her mentors Paula Imafidon (l) and Anne Marie Imafidon. Dee
is first 5-year old to pass GCSE. She also got C in Maths.



Dee lives with her parents, Joy and Rasheed Alli, in Southwark, South London. She made a C in Mathematics and says she finds it easy..

Dee started attending Saturday evening classes with Excellence in Education in November. The charity group aims to help talented youngsters in inner cities.



“I find Maths very easy. I didn’t know I was taking the exam. I thought it was a game. Maths is a big game with numbers. I am very surprised to be the youngest ever. I’m very proud of myself,” Dee said. Last year, Dee’s brother, Jude, hit the headlines when he sat for Maths at GCSE and made a D. Then, he was six years old.



Meanwhile, another Nigerian, Chidera Ota, led the GCSE roll of honour with 15 As. She has gained admission to study Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Maths and Further Maths at A-levels in King’s School, Canterbury. Presently, she also studies Latin twice a week during her lunch break. Chidera, 16, attended Highstead Grammar School, Sittingbourne, Kent.



She scored As in English Literature and Language, Maths, Statistics, French, German, Latin, History, Sociology, Chemistry, Biology and Physics. She also made an IT qualification worth three GCSEs. Chidera lives with her Nigerian-born parents, Uchenna and Mercy, who are doctor and nurse respectively. She hopes to be a doctor.



“I stayed home a lot and put a lot of work into my GCSEs. I want to become a doctor. And I know it’s very competitive. So, I need to do very well to get into medicine,” Chidera said. She added: “I want to go to a top university and I have already looked around Oxford and Cambridge. I think I will like to go to St. John’s College at Cambridge.”

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Comment by nnaji chibueze eze on September 6, 2010 at 10:21am
This is good news for Nigeria.Bravo!
Comment by sanchez totti on September 4, 2010 at 3:14pm
ta na lie ooooooooooooooooo. a five year old child can barley spell complicated texts den u tell mi dat she passed GCSE."and its a like a game i never knew i was taking an exam" ta u lie oooooooooo. and if it happened thats if it happend then she came from another world or God has done it for her.
Comment by HARETHEYRONKHE OWLUBUKOLAR MAJOO on September 2, 2010 at 5:43pm
stil cant bliv.its lyk a dream.if its true,den she made us proud
Comment by Didioma Anthony O on September 2, 2010 at 12:53pm
5yrs to have a C in GCSE equivilent to Nigerian GCE is not possible or true. there is a mistake somewhere.
Comment by ugheghe enoma on September 2, 2010 at 11:37am
i am proud to be a nigerian

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Comment by Otagbo Omocheche Joy on September 2, 2010 at 10:46am
This is really amazing am so so impress, keedp it up Dee.
Comment by Abibaby on September 1, 2010 at 7:47pm
u made us proud keep it up
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Comment by azamegbe osaro sunday on August 30, 2010 at 9:32am
waooooooooooooooooo that is wonderful
Comment by Babatunde Abidemi Oyadeyi on August 30, 2010 at 9:15am
This is indeed an excellent performance.
Dee please keep your head up.
Comment by Jamiu on August 30, 2010 at 8:41am
Dee Ali you are proud of Africa and you are proud of Nigeria God Bless you...keep on..
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