Stella Dimoko Nigeria's Anne-Marie Imafidon Decorated with MBE At. Buckingham Palace


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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Nigeria's Anne-Marie Imafidon Decorated with MBE At. Buckingham Palace

Nigeria’s Miss Anne-Marie Osawemwemze Imafidon has been decorated by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, with the prestigious honour of Member of the Most Excellent British Empire (MBE) for her services to young women with specialty in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).. The event happened yesterday evening and has been
announced on the Royal Family official Twitter handle 

"Anne-Marie Imafidon, @stemettes founder, has been awarded an #MBE for her work inspiring the next generation of women into STEM
6:50 AM - 19 May 2017 - "The Royal Family

She was accompanied to the event by her family dubbed "Britain's .Most Brilliant family" to has been invited by the to Buckingham palace in central London which is the London residence of the Queen of England.

With her achievement today, she becomes the youngest scientist ever to get this award, as most young people get the Queen's honour for sports.

The eldest daughter of world renowned Professor Chris and Ann Imafidonwhose family has been dubbed the Brainiest Family in Europe,Anne-Marie holds the record of being one of the youngest managers of Fortune 100 top companies and later became an assistant Vice Presidentwith German's top bank, Deutsche bank. In school, due to participation
in the www.ExcellenceinEduc­ programme, she set a new record to become the youngest girl to ever pass two High school (GCSE) examinations — for Mathematics and Information Technology and A-level computing at the age of 11 in Britain.

Due to her high exceptional brilliance, she received a British
Scholarship to study Mathematics at the John Hopkins University at the age of 13 in 2003. Two years later, she commenced a degree at Oxford University after which she enrolled for her Masters degree setting another record of the youngest Masters degree holder from the Ivy
league university.

Dr Imafidon, who is a multi-linguist, speaks six languages and has worked with Goldman Sachs, Hewlett-Packard, Deutsche Bank, and Lehman Brothers. In 2013, she founded Stemettes, a social enterprise which
inspires the next generation of women into pursuing careers in
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with an objective to
break barriers women who pursue a career in the field face.

Stemettes, which grants awards to young women, have programs workshops and events designed to introduce young women to STEM careers,concepts, and role models, have attracted over 7000 young women from across the UK, Ireland and Europe.

The 27 year old said her achievements was as a result of her unique training administered by her parents.

“I’m ecstatic beyond words as this is divine and simply God-sent.Nobody would have expected this when my journey started with the mathematical and science games at Excellence in Education (EIE) programme a few years ago. This programme equipped me with the unique pedagogical techniques which makes learning fun and it is radically different from conventional school. It helps anyone tackle educational and even professional challenges with ease,.” She said.

Dr Imafidon’s rather unique achievements at a young age has stood her out as a person to watch out for by the British press; she was named on Evening Standard’s recent list of ’25 under 25s’ and a Guardian‘Top 10 women in tech you need to know’ as well as being the UK IT Industry & British Computer Society’s Young IT Professional of the Year in 2013.

Her father, an eminent adviser to European, and Ame
rican governments,presidents and monarchs, Professor Chris Imafidon, known as the patriarch of Britain's brainiest family, said he received the news of this honour with shock, and that the celebrations for this award will last a year and ripple over a lifetime.

“Like every parent would feel, we are still in shock. This is simply God-orchestrated. I, personally never believed that her young career would accelerate to this historic height. This is beyond belief,” he said in a chat.

The Imafidon family definitely have the achievers blood running in their DNA as not only Anne-Marie dominates their achievements wall of fame. All five children have set new records in scholarships, sports and music. For example, Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon's sister, Christiana, 24, is the youngest student to ever study at an undergraduate institution at any British university at 11; another sister, Samantha,17, having passed two rigorous high school-level mathematics and statistics exams at the age of six, while the twins, Peter and Paul,made British history as the youngest students to ever enter high school when they became the youngest to ever pass the University of Cambridge’s advanced mathematics exam, setting world records by passing the A/AS-level math papers.

However, the head of the family, world renowned professor Chris Imafidon argues that every child is a genius if provided with the appropriate tools, technology, techniques and methodology.

With the Imafidon family setting across the world, he advised parents to change their methods of education in an obvious changing world in order to explore every child’s gifts and talents. Every parent should embrace the re-engineered ExcellenceinEducatio­ approach.

“The same God has given every child gifts and talents. We parents must join the ExcellenceinEducatio­ in developing such massive potential. As stated in my forthcoming book entitled "The Genius in You", we can't use the old methodology of learning. Schools and society must wake to the re-engineered system of education that understands that there is a genius in every child and greatness in every adult. This genius is irrespective of ethnicity, gender,
nationality, postcode, class or creed. So every family can equal or exceed our achievements.”

Prof. Imafidon revealed that Anne-Marie will be visiting Nigeria very soon to also offer Nigeria young minds interested in pursuing a career in STEM an opportunity to realize their dreams.

“Our grandparents taught us that charity begins at home. We are very enthusiastic about Africa and must contribute our quota to the training and education of young minds. We want to launch a bigger program in Africa, particularly Nigeria and work with the corporate community, industry leaders so that we can deploy the re-engineered learning methodology of www.ExcellenceinEduc­ program. 

We know that with these programs young Nigerians can equal or exceed our record-breaking achievement. The next generation of Africans have no choice but excel because there is a genius in everyone.”


  1. Replies
    1. babeweysabiblog20 May 2017 at 13:42

      Special need much brains.

    2. O boiiiii
      See Profile
      This family is bless
      Hot brain

  2. Mehn. I envy this family walahi. True slay queen

  3. Tasty Peppersoup For Events (08182519282)20 May 2017 at 11:13


  4. #Don’t pretend to be what you are not, don’t refuse to be what you are*

  5. Brain and Beauty..

    Congrats dear..

  6. Awwwwww Godly parenting is the best bet!It continues to reflect on your children.

  7. Oluwa oba iyanu, look upon me and bless me with genius kids and help me to train them the right way. See profile ehhhhhh

  8. And when I used to ask my father for school fess,he'll tell me he doesn't have. Omashe o. Lucky kids

  9. A very good one,congratulations

  10. Congratulations!

  11. Awwwwww.... read about this family before. They're really very intelligent people. God bless them.


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