Dayo Israel (LLB (Hons), MA International Relations) is a renowned polymath; A season diplomat, social entrepreneur, in demand evangelist, TV personality, astute motivational speaker, advocate, Conference facilitator, High Performance Coach and an advisor to many world leaders, business executive, politicians, young entrepreneur and sports professionals. He is also an internationally recognized personality with over 12years of professional experience in international development having worked with organisations such as The United Nations, British Council, Save the Children UK, UNICEF, in various capacities and has appeared on countless television interviews, commercials, talk shows, radio programs, and was even selected by the United Nations to represent all the young delegates to the UN General Assembly Special Session on Children on a special CNN Live Interview. Recently, He was specially invited by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh to a private reception at Buckingham palace. He was also invited by the Obama Administration to the White House President’s Forum for Young African Leaders in Washington DC and an Alumnus of the US State Department International Visitors Leadership Program that has produced over 400 Heads of Government globally.

The flying doctors is West Africa's for most emergency air ambulance service. Raised in the United Kingdom, Orekunrin became generally known for becoming England's youngest doctor at the early age of 21. In a tragic loss, One of her sisters who died from a sickle cell anemia crisis. Ola knew that her death could have been averted if there had been adequate emergency care and an air ambulance, so she set out to reduce the numbers of death in the same way and established the Flying Doctors. Notwithstanding the immense difficulties of gathering both government and private support, overcoming rejections and raising funds. She scaled through and achieved her goal.

An American teenager has become the youngest person in more than 600 years to become a qualified barrister in England and Wales.

At the age of just 18, Gabrielle Turnquest is not even old enough to buy an alcoholic drink in her home town of Windermere, Florida, but she has become the youngest person ever to pass The Bar exams.

Honourable Olugbenga Abiola, 28, is the youngest local Government sole administrator in Nigeria.

He is the Sole Administrator of Agege Local Government. He was one of the 57 sole administrators sworn in by Governor Ambode on Monday, June 13, 2016.

He spoke with the publisher of young Achievers magazine in his office on 3rd August, 2016, despite his busy schedule.      Excerpts:

Young Achievers: You’re the youngest Local Government sole administrator in Nigeria as at today, was it something you were expecting or it came


Hon. Gbenga Abiola:- I didn’t even know my name was on the list, it came as a surprise, and it is the Lords doing and am happy about it.

24 year old Hallowed Oluwadara emerged as the best graduating PhD student in Unilag for 2014.  At such age, he is one of the youngest PhD holders in the country, maybe in the continent of Africa.

Hallowed finished from the department of Mathematics. He dedicated the feat to God, while also giving props to Pastor W. F. Kumuyi, saying he had benefited from the scholarship of the church.

He hopes to pursue another PhD degree in Physics in the nearest future. 21-year-old Bakare Oluwafemi Abubakar who finished with a CGPA of 4.86 was the overall best graduating students, for BSc, he studied Electrical Electronics.