An exceptional 13 -year -old African American boy named Elijah Muhammad graduated from Oklahoma State University(OSU) in the United States with two degrees in Computer science and Cybersecurity
A year ago, Elijah made history when he was admitted to college as the youngest black student in the state. Elijah remained consistent in his academic excellence and set another record as the youngest African- American to graduate college with two degrees. He also earned four diplomas.
Speaking about his achievement, Elijah said he did not understand the impact of the feat he made until his Dad explained to him how exceptional he was.
“At first, I didn’t really understand the full impact of it until my dad fully explained it and was like, ‘You’re really doing this, you’re the youngest to ever do it,” he narrated.
Aside from the 4 diplomas he got, Elijah mentioned that he also have 10 IBM certifications and 1 Google IT certification and he is proud of himself.
He said even with all of his achievements and exceptional academic excellence, he never missed out on enjoying his teenage years and have fun like other kids of his age.
“I currently attend OSU and I’m working on my bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity and forensics. I also attend Langston with a 4.0,” Elijah said. “As much accomplishments as I have, I still go swimming, go outside, play basketball, and still have fun and stuff.”
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His family is outrightly proud of all the success he has achieved so far and what’s more to come as he has a lot of potential.
“He is the smartest person I know. And regardless of if you’re older or not, it’s like I’ve never seen nothing like him,” his sister Shania Muhammad said. Shania also recently graduated college at the age of 15.