- 27-year-old Nigerian lady Anne-Marie Osawemwemze Imafidon is set to receive a national honour from Queen Elizabeth II
- She would be decorated with the prestigious honour of Member of the Most Excellent British Empire (MBE)
- The lady is the first person to ever pass two General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) examination at age 11 in Britain
A 27-year-old Nigerian lady, Anne-Marie Osawemwemze Imafidon, will on Friday, May 19, receive a national honour from the Queen of England Her Majesty, Elizabeth II.
Imafidon will be decorated with the prestigious honour of Member of the Most Excellent British Empire (MBE) for her services to young women in the community.
NAIJ.com gathered that the young lady is the eldest daughter of Nigerian professors, Chris and Ann Imafidon. The Edo state family is known as the brainiest family in Europe.
This honour would be granted to Imafidon for her services to young women with specialty in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
She is the founder of Stemettes an enterprise that inspires the next generation of women to pursue careers that break barriers that women face in stereotype fields, careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The young lady received a British Scholarship to study Mathematics at John Hopkins University at the age of 13.
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Imafidon who set a record as the youngest person to pass GCSE examination in Britain at age 11, also set another record as the youngest Masters degree holder from Oxford University.
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