Morenike Victory Yinka- Banjo is a Nigerian teenager who was offered over 19 scholarships from the United States and Canada. She was offered $5 million worth of scholarship for an undergraduate program of study. Victory Yinka-Banjo was born on 13th December, 2003 in Lagos , Nigeria.
Victory Yinka-Banjo Profile
Morenike Victory Yinka- Banjo
Date of Birth
December 13, 2003
17 Years (2021)
State of Origin
Educational Background and Scholarships
Victory Yinka-Banjo attended Princeton College, Surulere, Lagos. She graduated in 2020 with all A’s in her West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
While in secondary school, she was the Senior Prefect, President of the Students’ Representative Council, President of the Press Club, Secretary of the Students’ Representative Council, Founder of the Coding Club, Lead Violinist in the School Orchestra.
She sat for and outperform in the Cambridge IGCSE exam
She has been rated as the “Top in the World” in English as a second language (speaking endorsement) by the University of Cambridge International Examination (CIE).
Victory Yinka-Banjo was offered scholarship and admission to study in various universities in the United State and Canada after an outstanding performance at the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
She was offered scholarships to study in Ivy League schools, Yale College, Princeton University, Harvard College, Brown University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Stanford University, Johns Hopkins University and the University of Virginia.
She was offered Lester B. Pearson scholarship and Karen McKellin International Leader of Tomorrow (KMILOT) scholarship to study in University of Toronto, Canada and University of British Columbia, Canada respectively.
Victory Yinka-Banjo hopes to study computational biology
Victory Yinka-Banjo was born to the family of Chika Yinka-Banjo, a senior lecturer at the University of Lagos and Adeyinka Banjo, a private sector procurement and supply chain executive.
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