One of the world’s smartest kids, 14-year-old Nigerian Joshua Beckford, joined Oxford… And you won’t believe how…

Joshua Beckford, a young man from Nigeria who has a name and a reputation for being exceptionally brilliant.

It has been determined that he is the most intelligent young man in all of Great Britain.

A diagnosis of autism with the highest degree of functioning has been assigned to him.

Even though this little wonder is only 14 years old, he has already been named as one of the most educated people in the world.

However, he is not at the stage where most children are at the age of six, where they are learning to read or count. This is not the situation for him.

The young man has accumulated all of the necessary scientific background experience.

Consequently, he was accepted into one of the most prestigious educational institutions on the planet.

It’s hard to believe, but according to his father, his son could already read, write, and recite the alphabet when he was just 10 months old.

Additionally, he was able to read proficiently when he was just 2 years old, and by the age of 3, he was already speaking Japanese.

This well-known youngster is currently regarded as the one who entered the world-famous University of Oxford at the youngest age possible.

However, when he was just six years old, his father recognized the enormous potential that his son’s clever little “brain” possessed and made contact with the institution.

Joshua has been attending a prestigious institution since since, where he majors in both history and philosophy.

Even though the young man is only 14, he has a well-developed strategy to pursue a profession in neurosurgery in the future.

His primary objective is to preserve and improve the environment of our planet in order to make it a more desirable home for all forms of life.

In addition to that, he has aspirations of becoming an astronaut, and right now he is also working on an Egypt-themed children’s book.

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