Olujimi Fafowora, Nigerian Who Broke UK Oxford University Record, Bags First Class In Mathematics

Posted on August 12, 2022


A young and brilliant Nigerian, who goes by the name Olujimi Fafowora, has broken the record of Oxford University after he bagged a First Class honors degree in Mathematics.


The 21-year old Nigerian, Fafowora, graduated summa cum laude in Mathematics at St. Peter’s College, Oxford. The brilliant man has broken the University’s record as he becomes the second Nigerian to have ever made a first-class degree at the prestigious University.


Last year, he was appointed a Fellow of the College and will remain at Oxford for another year pursuing his post-graduate studies.


He is the grandson of Ambassador and Mrs. Dapo Fafowora.


“Before Oxford, he was at Haberdashers College, a private school in London, from where he obtained nine distinctions on his O levels, and four A levels distinctions. We are very proud of him,” Amb. Fafowora said.

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