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FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by FanYogo1(f): 5:09am On May 08, 2016 |
[size=15pt]FUTA students win National Mathematics competition, to represent Nigeria in Bulgaria [/size] The FUTA Team from its Department of Mathematics comprised Michael Omolaja, a 500 level student, who clinched a gold medal and the title of Best Student Mathematician across Nigerian Universities; Mary Akinade and Segun Ofe, both 500 level students who won silver medals; and Desmond Dike, a 300 level student who picked a bronze medal Four Students of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria will represent the country at the International Mathematics Competition being organized by the University College, London and holding in America University, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria between July 25 and 29, 2016. The FUTA students achieved this feat by coming tops at the 8th National Mathematics Competition for University Students in Nigeria. The competition took place in Abuja under the aegis of the National Mathematical Centre. The students came first from a pool of 24 competing Universities, with 96 students which earned them a place in the international competition. The FUTA Team from its Department of Mathematics comprised Michael Omolaja, a 500 level student, who clinched a gold medal and the title of Best Student Mathematician across Nigerian Universities; Mary Akinade and Segun Ofe, both 500 level students who won silver medals; and Desmond Dike, a 300 level student who picked a bronze medal. Dr. Babatope Omolofe and Ayodeji Afolabi, lecturers in the Department, supervised the team. The International Competition would consist of two sessions of five hours each with problems from the field of Algebra, Real and Complex Analysis, Geometry and Combinatorics with about 80 countries participating. NAMCUS is an annual event initiated by the National Mathematical Centre, Abuja to prepare Nigerian students for the annual International Mathematics Competition for students of higher institutions across the country. The 2016 edition consisted of two papers of six questions drawn from a pool on Abstracts, Algebra, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis and Differential Equations with forty-eight students emerging as medal winners. Dr. Babatope Omolofe, one of the team leaders, particularly expressed gratitude to God for the placement of the team. Omolofe said the team owed it to God as he saw total commitment to God as their winning ticket. Ayodeji Afolabi, the other team leader, added that the team’s victory showed the stuff FUTA is made off and increases the University’s ranking among its peers. He was hopeful that the team would return with medals from the international competition as he opined that the team has what it takes to hold its own on the global platform. Disclosing the secret to success, Michael Omolaja, the gold medalist, said the team depended on God and worked together to distinguish itself. Omolaja, who has a record of tutoring students at Masters and PhD levels, is a Fluid Numerical and Complex Analysis major in the making, with a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 4.69 and several published journal papers to his credit. Mary Akinade, the female on the team and one of the silver medalists, explained that Mathematics is not as difficult as people think. Akinade emphasized that the successful study of Mathematics only demands interest, support, persistent practice and confidence. She has a CGPA of 4.68. According to Segun Ofe, who is a second time participant (2015) and the second silver medalist: “It is a privilege to represent Nigeria and we are going to put in our best to make the most of the privilege.” His CGPA is 4.59. The bronze medalist, Desmond Dike, who has CGPA of 4.68, said the team selection was a good compliment and that he particularly learnt from teammates in order to give his best. The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Adebiyi Daramola, while congratulating the team, assured the members of total support as they prepare to fly the flag of FUTA and Nigeria in Bulgaria. Daramola described their feat as a big boost to the University’d image and another testimony to its excellence in academic matters. www.today.ng/news/national/118284/futa-students-represent-nigeria-maths-challenge-bulgaria 26 Likes 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by FanYogo1(f): 5:11am On May 08, 2016 |
Good luck to these brilliant kids. May Oduduwa continue to guide and grant them wisdom, knowledge and understanding 29 Likes 4 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by georjay(m): 5:12am On May 08, 2016 |
nice one 1 Like 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by SamuelAnyawu(m): 5:17am On May 08, 2016 |
FanYogo1: Lol must you add Oduduwa .. 3 Likes 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by FanYogo1(f): 5:25am On May 08, 2016 |
SamuelAnyawu: Yes and I did. Oluwa ku ise o e. Oluwa ku ise o ah. Yoruba and intelligence is like bread and butter. 29 Likes 4 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by PiccoloBrunelli(m): 5:37am On May 08, 2016 |
Oya let the tribalisitic segregation begin. |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by playtheblues(f): 5:57am On May 08, 2016 |
Congratulations to FUTA. Please make Nigera proud in Bulgaria. One love. 11 Likes 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by ramdris(m): 7:07am On May 08, 2016 |
Soon this thread will b derailed by tribalist O. Just wait n c... 2 Likes |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by kvngveektour(m): 8:07am On May 08, 2016 |
its sad that this country doesn't celebrate academic successes but can celebrate "#45m teebliZz" 3 Likes 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by 4ward(m): 8:14am On May 08, 2016 |
wow.thats good 1 Like |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by scholes0(m): 8:16am On May 08, 2016 |
Name Checkers, over to you. Michael Omolaja, a 500 level student, who clinched a gold medal and the title of Best Student Mathematician across Nigerian Universities; Mary Akinade and Segun Ofe, both 500 level students who won silver medals; and Desmond Dike, a 300 level student who picked a bronze medal 22 Likes 5 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by Gerrard59(m): 8:16am On May 08, 2016 |
Congratulations to the team. All being First Class students 1 Like |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by FanYogo1(f): 8:17am On May 08, 2016 |
kvngveektour: No because our yoots would rather congregate on social media to hate on Yorubas while Yorubas continue succeeding. 15 Likes 3 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by Chuksemi(m): 8:17am On May 08, 2016 |
These are walking calculator. A sensible country would harness this raw talent for inovations and inventions. But No, this matter will just die there. This Igbo kids at Futa keep making us proud. Let them go and represent us well. And may Amadioha guide his own. 3 Likes |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by Nobody: 8:17am On May 08, 2016 |
Who math Don hep to blow?Abeggi.Wey tekinoloji dey shange the world everyday. 3 Likes |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by loopman: 8:18am On May 08, 2016 |
News like this gives joy in a country where unpleasant news of herdsmen madness and Niger Delta militants foolishness is the order of the day 4 Likes |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by tunshe: 8:18am On May 08, 2016 |
Congrats to Nigeria in advance. |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by 2best(m): 8:19am On May 08, 2016 |
Where the questions? Make we follow see if we fit send one or two #Nairalanders to Bulgaria 2 Likes |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by VivianUdeogu(f): 8:19am On May 08, 2016 |
Yoloba again ?! We Igbos are jealous of the success of the Yorubas. Our own Igbo youths are busying trafficking cocaine to Asia. I am sad 22 Likes 6 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by YourNemesis: 8:19am On May 08, 2016 |
Up FUTA! Technology for self reliance God Bless the Children of Oduduwa. 28 Likes 3 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by FanYogo1(f): 8:20am On May 08, 2016 |
2best: The questions no be about Tiwa Savage and Tinto Dikeh 3 Likes |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by amiibaby(f): 8:20am On May 08, 2016 |
Ok |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by Nobody: 8:20am On May 08, 2016 |
some of my brothers from the east won't like this. CHAIRMAN NAME CHECKERS ASSOCIATION OF NAIRALAND (NCAON) 3 Likes 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by canalily(m): 8:20am On May 08, 2016 |
If you like go there and keep watching the white Angels thinking that you have reached heaven. Make sure you win there8) |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by tollytexy(m): 8:24am On May 08, 2016 |
Am here to check names.. proudly NCA member of NL.. |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by HarkymTheOracle(m): 8:25am On May 08, 2016 |
The FUTA Team from its Department of Mathematics comprised Michael Omolaja, a 500 level student, who clinched a gold medal and the title of Best Student Mathematician across Nigerian Universities; Mary Akinade and Segun Ofe, both 500 level students who won silver medals; and Desmond Dike, a 300 level student who picked a bronze medal Odua nation representing 6 Likes 3 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by Funjosh(m): 8:25am On May 08, 2016 |
Greatest Futarian......... Great! Of the Greatest Poly ewa Of the Greatest gbagba Of the Greatest gbogbo Of the Greatest shiwon Of the Greatest nawon Remembering my Akindeko days Omolofe and MTS, That man and MTS show me pepper no be small 10 Likes 1 Share |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by miky2002(m): 8:25am On May 08, 2016 |
Good to hear this, where are those big for nothing universities? Imagine the female among them, I feel like joining you guys. She said mathematics is not difficult as people thought... Am Thinking on that statement, she may be fortunate to be taught by a good and mathematics interested teacher, not those that studied chemistry or geography that are given mathematics to be taught. They don't know what the subject entails hence makes it so difficult for student. May God help us with those teachers 4 Likes 2 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by YourNemesis: 8:26am On May 08, 2016 |
Here they are .... brain boxes doing their country proud. 6 Likes 2 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by micktoxin(m): 8:28am On May 08, 2016 |
Nice to see the new generations of Yorubas doing great and following our footsteps. Let the governors invest in education to improve the WAEC/Jamb pass rates because the latest figures are underwhelming and less than what Yorubas are capable of. 8 Likes 3 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by smallJagaban: 8:28am On May 08, 2016 |
THIS ONE NO BE WAEC, NECO THAT CAN BE MANIPULATED WITH THE HELP OF SPECIAL CENTRES 13 Likes 3 Shares |
Re: FUTA Students Win National Mathematics Competition, To Represent Nigeria In Bulg by Nobody: 8:29am On May 08, 2016 |
miky2002:u nor know book be say u no know book, no blame any teacher.. it is well 2 Likes 2 Shares |
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