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A Nigerian young man wins $400,000 after finishing second at world chemistry competition

Mr Umar Dagona

16 November, 2020

Mr Umar Dagona has joined league of Nigerians who has made the country proud in the international scene, as he won $400,000 after finishing second at world chemistry competition.

Umar Dagona_ Nigerian boy wins $400,000 after finishing second at world chemistry competition

The young man who is an indigene of Gashua town Yobe state, represented the West African country at the World Chemistry competition.

Umar Usman Dagon, took part in the “Imaginechemistry” competition and made it to the top five that appeared in the final round.

He eventually made it to the second position, winning the sum of 400,000 dollars.

Sharing the info on Twitter, user wrote;

Yobe indigene, Umar Dagona that represented Nigeria at world chemistry competition becomes SECOND Position and wins 400,000$ after beating other candidates from many countries.
Dagona studied NCE chemistry education at Yobe state Umar Suleiman Collage of Education in Gashua town.

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