Nigerian JSS1 Student Becomes Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional, MCP

nigerian youngest mcp jss 1 student10-year-old Seyi Ojo

March 1st, 2013 – Nigerian Boy 10 Becomes World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional, MCP

Seyi Ojo Anjolaoluwa, a 10-year-old JSS 1 student of Valencia College in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria has made history by becoming Nigeria’s youngest MCP, Microsoft Certified Professional.

The 10-year-old boy recently made his school proud when he emerges with MCP certificate among world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professionals.

Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) is the term used to describe an individual who completes a professional certification program by Microsoft. Microsoft certifications train individuals on implementing Microsoft products into practical business environments.

This basic level of certification is the first step to receiving any advanced Microsoft certification. A single exam is required, costing approximately $125 US dollars and generally taking between 2 and 3 hours to complete.

Seun wasn’t the only student registered by his school but his performance in the certification examination placed him on top of 5 other students.

This is an excellent achievement.

11 thoughts on “Nigerian JSS1 Student Becomes Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional, MCP

  1. This is wonderful. These are the leaders of tomao. Love u boy, keep it up. U will be a great computer scientist. Bravo

  2. God will keep U̶̲̥̅̊ till and after fulfillment of ur dreams in Jesus name. More grace to go higher.

  3. congrat and well done.You make nigeria proud and i pray that God give you more wisdon and knowledge of great thing to come.

  4. Such people should be saddle with the onus to rule this country of ours even at the age of fifteen…….. With them, nigeria education would really then have a philosophy. Keep it up dude.

  5. Knowledge, wisdom and understanding that surpasseth human comprehension shall continually be yours Ijn amen.

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