- Man builds a replica of police helicopter in 8 months (photos)
- Meet blind Nigerian man who is a gifted writer and graduate of Ahmadu Bello University (photo)
- See portraits of Jesus Christ and Nelson Mandela made with pencil by a Nigerian man (photos)
- Meet the first woman from Nigeria to serve in Israel's army (photos)
NAIJ.com comes across young Cassandra Dinko, a nine-year-old that has shown an impressive interest in the science subject well beyond her educational level.
Endurance Otobi is a blind professional cobbler who makes shoes for a living. He explained that his ability to see damaged when he was in secondary school.
A young Nigerian man identified as Fasasi Tosin Oladayo has established one of Nigeria’s biggest telecommunication equipment company, Demfas Aerosystem.
Young Ntim follows several other young Ghanaian entrepreneurs who have decided to venture into the small and medium entreprise to find for themselves careers.
A secondary student in India has constructed a homemade mini-ATM that releases cash-like wads of paper automatically. Find out more about it on NAIJ.com.
An 18-year-old woman becomes Somalia’s first mechanic. Her dream was not to be mechanic, but circumstances forced her. She has been under sharp criticism.
A Nigerian man in Borno state has constructed a local bicycle that operates with a generator engine. the invention would be extremely useful in Borno state.
Young Nigerian lady identified as Fatima Ajus has breached barriers by working as an aircraft mechanic. She repairs air-crafts for a better flying condition.
A young Nigerian man identified as Yusuf Adedeji who wanted to become an accountant has shared the story of how he became a successful puff-puff seller.
NAIJ.com came across the story of an inspiring Nigerian graduate, a young female chemical engineering graduate from UNIPORT who sells smoked fish for a living.
Nigerians are talented and one of those people is a genius man identified as Buhari Umar who constructs machines with scraps. He was discovered in Kebbi state.
A young and talented Nigerian engineer identified as Ahmad Lawal Jari has taken a step to improve the Nigerian economy by designing and producing inverters.
A Nigerian man identified as Abasiodiong Jackson has graduated with a first class from the University of Huddersfield in West Yorksire, United Kingdom.
Three Nigerian engineers identified as Peter, Kingsley and Elijah are working on building a three-sitter helicopter. The men are working in their backyard.
A teenage secondary school student in Ghana has impressed social media users after he built a house with pieces of wood. He was celebrated for his creation.
Ethan Yona created a superhero character and computer learning game called EthanMan which has now been developed into an android app. See more on NAIJ.com.
A Nigerian lady has made us proud after she graduated with first class in petroleum engineering from the University. She is also the owner of a fragrance house.
This US family has four sisters and a brother and they are all accomplished in their academic and professional fields. Find out more about their story here.
Nigerian man identified as Victor Bamisaye has become a medical doctor after facing so many hardships in life. His dad died in 2007 and his mum died in 2014.
A Nigerian student, Olukayode Mobolaji Oluwasona, has set an academic record in Poland, Europe after he graduated with a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 5.0.
A former Nigerian bus conductor, Mike Akinlabi, has successfully received a doctorate degree from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. Read here.
A Nigerian woman identified as Wendy Osefo has become the first black woman to receive a PhD in Philosophy Public Affairs from Rutgers University in the US.