Many factors influence one's life journey and rise to fame. While some people rose to the top because they were born with the silver spoon, others, like Mrs. Anike Agbaje-Williams, rose to the top through hard work and God's grace. Mrs. Anike Agbaje Williams is the first female television broadcaster in Nigeria and Africa.
Mrs Agbaje Anike Williams, also known as the "First Lady of the Tube," was Nigeria's first female broadcaster, beginning her career in 1959 with Western Nigeria Television, the country's first television station. The 84-year-old was born in the city of Abeokuta, Ogun State.
This write-up focuses on Julie Coker, a former News Anchor at NTA. Julie Coker is a former television journalist and broadcaster. She was a familiar face in television broadcasting in Nigeria during the beginning of the industry. She was the queen of the tube and TV presenter par excellence. She belongs to the first generation of female broadcasters in Nigeria. She is a boundary breaker and a woman who scores firsts. The 82-year-old Julie started her broadcasting career at WNTV Ibadan and was the first female
This write-up focuses on Anike Agbaje Williams, the first woman to appear On Television In Nigeria. Mrs Agbaje Anike Williams popularly known as first lady of the tube was Nigeria's first woman broadcaster, as she started working with Western Nigeria Television, the first television station in Nigeria, 1959. The 84 Years old was born in Abeokuta, Ogun State. She is the third daughter of her family. She spent her Primary school and Junior Secondary school years in Lagos under the care of her guardian, Mrs Gbemisola
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