Living Legacy: The Life of The Honorable Gabriel A. Oyibo

Founder of OFAPPIT Institute of Technology Dix Hills, New York GAGUTOFAPPIT.COM BRIEF SUMMARY 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…

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2004 – Honorable Oyibo lines up again for Nobel Prize in Maths, Physics

New York- US (PANA) — Ahead of next month’s selection of this year’s winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics, African leaders and intellectuals are hoping Nigerian scientist Gabriel Oyibo gets the honour yet to be landed by a scholar from the continent. A Professor of mathematical physics at the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, Oyibo became an international figure during his 2002 and 2003 nominations for the world Nobel Prize for Math and Physics, after his newly discovered theories in physics were found to have outranked the 1983 winner, Chandrasekhar…

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2006 – Nigerian scientist wins Africa International Prize for SciTech

Nigerian scientist, Prof. Gabriel Oyibo, has been named the recipient of the maiden edition of the Africa International Prize for Science and Technology. Announcing the award in Abuja on Saturday, Director-General of the Africa International Foundation for Science and Technology ( AIFST) Yakubu Ugwolawo said Oyibo was recognized for his scientific discovery. He explained that the three-time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Mathematical Physics was honored for his discovery of the God Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem (GAGUT).

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