Emmanuel Nworie, a top of  the line science graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka has bagged a completely supported grant in the United States

The youthful fellow was conferred scholarship after a photograph of him plowing the dirt in Ebonyi state attributable to destitution and an absence of a spotlight to use his insight became a web sensation via web-based media.’

The 27-year-old who graduated with an aggregate evaluation point normal of 4.92/5.00, related the difficulties he had, before he applied for the Michael Taiwo (MT) Scholarship in a meeting with The Cable.

The UNN graduate arose as one of the 23 competitors chosen from a pool of 1,509 candidates for the grant, taking care of expenses for application charges and the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) — a necessity for the alumni application for certain courses in the US.

“Mentors are our secret sauce. It is hard to exaggerate the role Dr. Busayo Aworunse, Emmanuel’s assigned mentor, played in delivering the outcome we celebrate today. Busayo, thank you. Help me congratulate Emmanuel. I cannot wait to see what he does with a Math PhD from SMU!”