Michael Akindele, a 30 year-old Nigerian, is a director and a co-founder of SOLO Phone, an experience-driven digital content and smartphone company focused on delivering the best content and services on the mobile platform to African consumers.

SOLO Phone, which was established in Nigeria in 2012, is an experience-driven mobile device manufacturer which aims to provide the best content and services to the African consumer at an affordable price. The company manufactures smartphones priced at $150, bundled with free music of up to 20 million songs licensed from Sony, Universal and Warner. SOLO also recently launched a Video-On-Demand App available to all Android devices in Nigeria which offers the latest Nollywood and Hollywood movies from global movie studios.

Bayo Olupohunda

Dear young Nigerians, I am writing you this letter with a deep sense of responsibility knowing that we are the future generation of our country. This letter, coming at a critical point in our nation’s history, is in recognition of our potential in relation to what we can contribute to nation-building and the socio-economic development of our country. As I ponder on the theme, I am saddened to have reached the conclusion that we have all failed woefully, or rather that we have grossly misconstrued our place and the role we can play at this critical time in the history of our nation. Just like all patriotic citizens, I am worried about the state of our nation today.

A Nigerian, DrVictor Olalusi, has been honored by the Federal Ministry of Education for his astounding feat as a medical student at the Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU), Moscow, Russia.

Student Pulse gathered that Olalusi scored 5.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) in the university's Faculty of Clinical Sciences for seven straight years to become the best graduating student in the whole Russian Federation in 2013.

Peter and Paula Imafidon, Edo State, Nigeria 8-year-old twins from Waltham Forest in northeast London, are a part of the highest-achieving clan in the history of Great Britain education.

The two youngest Nigeria siblings are about to make British history as the youngest students to ever enter high school. They astounded veteran experts of academia when they became the youngest to ever pass the University of


Nigerian genius, SaheelaIbraheem, 19, made history On Thursday, February, 26, when she was honoured with an official reception in the White House by the US President, Barack Obama and the First Lady, Michelle.

SaheelaIbraheem got into the Ivy League Harvard at the age of 15, where she is currently studying neurobiology — a branch of science that studies the brain — and has been listed among the “World’s 50 Smartest Teenagers.” She was also accepted for admission by 13 other top colleges in the United States, including the MIT, Princeton, Columbia, and six Ivy League institutions, choosing Harvard, she became one of the youngest students to ever attend the university. She will be graduating in May this year.