Consistently, the children of Africa continue to dominate and break records on mental capabilities at the global level.
The latest on this is a Ghanaian teenager, Jeramy Botwe, who has made global waves and dominated major headlines for his remarkable achievement after he received admission into all 15 universities he applied to; eight of which are the iconic Ivy League schools.
The universities include Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Standford, Brown, Dartmouth, Rice, Columbia, Cornell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Duke, University of Pennsyvaia, University of Texas, University of Houston and the University of Chicago.
17-year-old Jeramy Botwe studied at the Harmony School of Advancement in Houston, Texas, and graduated with a top GPA score of 4.51 for the class of 2019.
Becauseofthemwecan.com reports that Jeramy, was the president of the National Honor Society Director of Key Club, co-captain of a science club and the treasure of his student council at Harmony.
Jeramy Botwe is currently a student at the Stanford University, studying Human Biology and African-American Studies.
Jeramy Botwe attributes his success to his father, who raised him as a single dad.
The determined young Ghanaian believes that people should always try to reach their ultimate best and never settle for less.
With the continuous proof of strong capacities by the African children, we ask; “why can’t Africa invest her resources into establishing the best of schools and educational systems to develop the strong minds of the African child which in turn, will help develop and transform the African society?”