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Meet Osato Osemwengie, the Nigerian Who Makes Drones for US Army, Owns 1st Tuition-free University

Nigerians are in many significant sectors around the world doing all they can to represent the country well. Osatohanmwen Osemwengie is one of the people doing that.

Osemwengie is a robotic genius who currently works with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and has been able to deploy drones to many parts of the world, The Cable reports.

In 2008, he was quite a star at that year’s robotics championship. In his interview with the media, he said he with a team are working on a technology called Mars Curiosity Rover which is set to launch in 2020.

Though the Edo state indigene left the country in the early 80s, he has been maintaining a strong tie with his home country.

He operates a school that works with Google+ to award tuition-free certifications. Photo credit: Ventures Africa

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He operates a school that works with Google+ to award tuition-free certifications. Photo credit: Ventures Africa
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The Nigerian academic also has six masters and four PhDs and once served as an administrator at the College of Education, Benin.

Six master degrees, not bad. I was in the State of Ohio on Monday December 12th, 2016 for my Masters of Business Administration (MBA) graduation.

“This is my 6th masters degree and will begin work on my 7th masters degree in January 2017, and my 4th PhDs. degree at University of Texas at Dallas in September of 2017,” he said.

Another thing worth knowing about the Nigerian genius is that he founded Open Robotics University, an institution that has been called a tuition-free one.

The university, which was created in collaboration with Google+, awards bachelor, masters, doctorate degrees in the robotics field.

Meanwhile, we earlier reported that Obi Ugochukwu made the nation proud as he was said to be elevated to the status of a commander in the American Navy.

The news of this good development was announced on Tuesday, January 7, by one Iheanyi Daniel Enwerem on Facebook.

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