Oxford University is one of the popular universities in the world. This University has been in existence for ages and has produced many celebrities all over the world. It is also one of the most sought-after universities in the world.
Therefore, it's no surprise that the popular daughter of a Billionaire, Florence Otedola also known as DJ Cuppy registered in this prestigious university. Days ago, the beautiful Disc Jockey shares the good news on her page about getting accepted for her master's degree in the prestigious University of Oxford where she would be studying African Studies.
Today, DJ Cuppy shares photos of her matriculation at the prestigious University in the United Kingdom. However, DJ Cuppy is not the first Nigerian celebrity to be admitted as others also studied at the prestigious university. Therefore, here are 2 Nigerian celebrities who studied and graduated from Oxford University;
1. Kofoworola Ademola;
Lady Kofoworola Ademola was a popular Nigerian educationalist. The beautiful woman was the first African Black woman to graduate from the Prestigious university in London. The popular educationalist studied education and English at Oxford University and was recognised for writing children's books.
Also while at Oxford University, Lady Kofoworola challenged the British stock belief about Africans by writing a 21-page autobiography. To date, she was famously known as the first African Black woman to graduate from Oxford University.
2. Zain Ejiofor Ashar;
Zain Ejiofor Asher is a British Nigerian News Anchor who works at CNN International. Zain Ejiofor Ashar is a famous news anchor and a younger sister to popular actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Zain Ejiofor studied at the prestigious University of Oxford in 2005. The 38-Years-Old beautiful lady studied French and Spanish at Keble College, Oxford University.
Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy would be hoping to follow in the footsteps of these 2 Nigerians and graduating as the overall best student.
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