Five-year-old ‘genius’ passes Microsoft exam

A five-year-old has been hailed a “genius” after passing a Microsoft exam to become a computer specialist with time to spare.
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Ayen Qureshi is now the world’s youngest qualified computer specialist, after he took the Microsoft exams designed for university graduates.

Top bosses at the computer firm were left “stunned” after the talented tot passed the exam in well-under the time limit of two hours.

The previous record held was six-and-a-half, but the test – which is highly regarded by employers – is designed mainly for adults looking to become high-flying IT experts.

Ayen from Coventry in the West Midlands of England is now being hailed a child genius, but it was revealed he nearly missed out on his chance to take the test after invigilators declared him “too young”.

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  1. True. But it also needs honest and open dialogue at all levels, all fronts between all citizens. I long for a day when the President of the Republic of Kenya will take questions from Kisumu residents this week, from Mombasa residents next week. Who said dialogue through constitutional institutions is mutually exclusive with dialogue in other fora? KENYANS! LET US BE MORE SERIOUS!

  2. Kenya needs a working government, dialogue through constitutional organs and open dialogue directly with citizens, interest groups, churches, political parties and everybody Kenyan. The nation is faved with so many wrongs that can be resolved faster through multifaceted dialogue.

  3. What gives the Cord leadership sleepless nights is wondering how on earth did incumbents such as themselves get beaten at an election by not only outsiders but by people much younger than them?? Their first instinct, naturally, is to demand an instant rematch as soon as possible, which isn’t gong to happen. That is what all this noise about dialogue is about. The pain of bearing it all for five years is just too much to bear.

  4. i would be happy to have dialogue and majority of the other 40 tribes would like, but all the institutions of dialogue are either tribal or party chauvinist controlled. What do expect other than sycophancy or dictated or obliques results on our taxes expense due to tyranny of numbers, deep rooted derived interest (its our time to eat or govern mentalities) and (not for Common Kenyan) ,theatrical blind loyalty impressions to show who protects most or shouts most, and tribal glory protectionism.

    When will we have serious open KENYA without an open arrogance of tribal look in governance, public corporations , development and protectionism? When will we have wise leaders whose main interest is KENYA and not use public position to protect past corruption and ills while bluffing and taking advantage of ignorant Kenyans even educated illiterates? When when Kenyan leadership be for the wise leaders other than for the highest bidder? When will we have have a leader a leadership that enters elective position not to corruptly scavenge, dominate and greedily manipulate control government and national contracts and tenders but to focus on building our national economy to a prosperous nation other than political prosperous families?

    The Bible Says ” there came a king who did not know Moses, ” i hope the King will wipe all all ills of the past without mercy for the universal benefit of the majority general Kenyan citizens. May the leader come in my living days

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