Meet Jibrin Isah Diso the first visually impaired professor in Nigeria ▷ Nigeria news

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A visually impaired Nigerian man has shown that there is ability in his disability.

Though not seeing, Jibrin Isah Diso rose through the academic ladder to become a professor. He is the first man in the country with such impairment to read his way through to the enviable position of a professor.

Professor Diso is the first visually impaired professor in Nigeria. Legit.ng gathered that the academic was born blind but he never allowed that to get in his way of achieving success.

The professor has being a role model with his rich profile to both people living with special needs and normal people. He is said to have more than 10 publications to his credit at the faculty of education, Bayero University, Kano.

Professor Jibrin Isah Diso. Photo: Facebook: Citizen Olabode NG
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Presently, Prof Diso is a lecturer in the department of special education, Bayero University Kano.

He was once a special adviser to the former governor of Kano state, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau on physically challenged.

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