Founder of OFAPPIT Institute of Technology
Dix Hills, New York
A very special Living Legacy that solved all ClayMath Institute unsolved Millennium Theories Problems; through one Theorem [Gij,j=0], including Yang–Mills and Mass Gap, Riemann Hypothesis, P vs NP Problem, Navier–Stokes Equation, Hodge Conjecture, Poincaré Conjecture, and Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture.
A three times nominee for the Mathematics & Physics Nobel Prized Awards, but ClayMath Institute Noble Prize Nominating Committee has yet to acknowledge his notable works even though Nigeria, Germany, China, Russia, and India to name a few has and still is acknowledge the Honorable Oyibo’s works.
The Honorable Oyibo nominee was based on his outstanding works in the fields of Mathematics, Science, & Technology for solving the Grand Unification Theory popularly known as the “Theory of Everything” or “The Holy Grail of Mathematics and Physics”. This took place in 1990, by discovering the GOD Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem (GAGUT) which is represented by an absolutely exact mathematical equation Gij,j=0, that can be interpreted as GOD (Gij), in GOD’s Material (i) and Space Time Dimensions, does not change, where the comma symbolizes change in tensor notation.
GAGUT Gij,j=0 being recognized as the Holy Grail Grand Unified Field Theorem of Everything has Proven To Be The Only Absolutely Perfectly Correct Universal Equation out of which every other correct equation originates and answers many Age Old Questions.
GAGUT is understood to be a revelation from GOD which Professor Gabriel Audu Oyibo was the first human being to be blessed with, and so transcends regular human intellectual pursuits.
He attended Offa Grammar School for his Advanced level. After this, he went to St. Augustine College, in Kabba — where he became famous for his grasp of Mathematics. He proceeded in 1975 to study Mechanical Engineering at Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria; and from there he moved to the US, where he earned his Ph.D. degree at the Rensselaer Polytechnic University in 1981 in Mathematics and Aeronautics for his MSc. and Ph.