Nigeria, Feb. 20 -- Like many Nigerian students, Chinonye Ezem planned to study Pharmacy in 2014, but ended up with Crop Science after her admissions test score was ruled insufficient for the course.

"I could not understand why it was Agriculture; of all courses, Crop Science, I cried," Ms Ezem told PREMIUM TIMES. "I called my dad, but he advised I accepted the offer so I did."

She did not stop applying for Pharmacy. She wrote JAMB twice after her admission, but both were unfruitful. She was already in her third year.

At that time, she had started having interest in Crop Science.

"In my third year after the unfruitful attempt, I decided to put my mind to it, I found love with it then I realised it was much more than we saw," Ms Ezem s...