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Is this African teenager a future coding superstar?
by Ijeoma Ndukwe
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28 August 2018
On 28 August 2018 BBC News reported:
Schoolgirl Tomisin Ogunnubi is a teenager with a passion for programming. Three years ago she created My Locator, an app which helps children who are lost. Tomisin, who is now 15 and studies in Ikeja, Nigeria. Tomisin's computer science teacher, Kofoworola Cole, says the teenager's achievements have changed the school's approach to teaching the subject. It's also had a ripple effect among her fellow students.
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