Joshua Agboola, a 9-year-old boy, has proved his rare brilliance by developing a website for his school

– The tech genius said that he started coding at the very young age of six and hopes coding is taught in schools

– Apart from being a creator, he also has a YouTube channel where he teaches people how to code in a simplified way

Nigeria is not short of kid geniuses as there are many of them. Joshua Agboola is another one. At nine years of age, he was able to develop a website for his school right from scratch.

Speaking with Vanguard, the young boy said he hopes technology is introduced into every school’s curriculum.

He also said that if he were given the opportunity to be the president, he would empower those that help people.

The young boy said he started coding at the young age of six, which was made possible following his brief engagement at Co-Creation Hub.

According to Vanguard, with the help of home coaching, his tech proficiency with programming languages like Javascript, HTML, CSS, Jquery, boostrap and basic PHP increased.

He also has a Youtube channel where he simplifies tech concepts in a fun way for kids and adults for quick learning.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaZF_hABphI

Agboola was also one of the speakers at Techpoint conference themed The Future of Work.

Joshua Agboola, a 9-year-old boy, has proved his rare brilliance by developing a website for his school

– The tech genius said that he started coding at the very young age of six and hopes coding is taught in schools

– Apart from being a creator, he also has a YouTube channel where he teaches people how to code in a simplified way

Nigeria is not short of kid geniuses as there are many of them. Joshua Agboola is another one. At nine years of age, he was able to develop a website for his school right from scratch.

Speaking with Vanguard, the young boy said he hopes technology is introduced into every school’s curriculum.

He also said that if he were given the opportunity to be the president, he would empower those that help people.

The young boy said he started coding at the young age of six, which was made possible following his brief engagement at Co-Creation Hub.

According to Vanguard, with the help of home coaching, his tech proficiency with programming languages like Javascript, HTML, CSS, Jquery, boostrap and basic PHP increased.

He also has a Youtube channel where he simplifies tech concepts in a fun way for kids and adults for quick learning.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaZF_hABphI

Agboola was also one of the speakers at Techpoint conference themed The Future of Work.

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