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FG2BH Influential Buzz: Paula & Peter Imafidon

March 7, 2010

The nine-year-old London-born Nigerian Imafidon fraternal twins made WORLD history when they became the youngest to be admitted to secondary school (re: high school).

Peter Paula Imafidon

They are from northeast London born to Nigerian-born parents who immigrated from Nigerian 30 years ago. Being smart runs in the family because their older sisters Samantha, 12, and Christiana, 17, also broke educational exam records. At age 11 Christiana was the youngest to study at undergraduate level at any British university, reports Times. At age 6 Samantha passed her maths and statistics GSCeS exam, reports Times.

It’s quite easy to see why FG2BH made the Imafidon fraternal twins today’s influential buzz. Check out this interview that the Imafidon family did on GMTV

Quick Facts on Peter & Paul Imafidon:

  • At the ripe old age of seven, twins Peter and Paula Imafidon have become the youngest children to pass an A-level maths exam. They both achieved D grades in AS-level maths. [Daily Mail UK]
  • Six-year-old twins Peter and Paula Imafidon from east London became some of the youngest children to pass GCSEs. The pair, from east London, managed G grades in statistics. Paula went one better in maths with an F – Peter getting another G. [BBC News]
  • Peter and Paula Imafidon both passed A level maths despite being at primary school and having had just three years of formal education. [Telegraph]

Keep making us proud, Peter and Paul! Thanks to reader Ozioma for the tip!

FG2BH Influential Buzz is a daily feature on the success of influential Africans/African-Americans. To be apart of this, kindly suggest a person to me.

photo credits: Daily Mail UK

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