The Nigerian prodigy, Master Israel Nwisi was six when he passed London GCE in maths.
Israel has already been offered four top secondary school places in the United Kingdom and scores of other colleges are still scrambling for him to join them, while thousands of children and their parents are still shuttling to get one.
Master Nwisu shared the secrets of his fit with us, ” I was inspired by twins Peter and Paula Imafidon, who took GCSEs at six and who also passed AS-level maths aged seven. Every Saturday we went to this church in Deptford where everyone played with numbers for two hours. I met Peter there and we played against each other. I am getting better all the time but Peter is champion. He keeps winning timestable games.”
The Nigerian twins, Peter and Paula Imafidon are from the famous ‘British brainiest family’, who hold records on Guinness book by passing A-L Mathematics and Computers at various age categories and been admitted to Elite Universities in the world at tender age.