Halima Buhari who happens to be the 6th daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari, is a professional lawyer, she was born on the 8th of October 1990. Halima attended the British School of Lome, she then proceeded to study at Bellerby's College, Brighton and the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. Halima was called to bar in 2016 after she graduated from Nigerian Law School in Lagos with a diploma. Halima is happily married to Alhaji Babagana Muhammed Sheriff, the wedding Fatiha was conducted by the
Fatima Maada Bio is the current First Lady of Sierra Leone as the wife of Julius Maada, 5th President of Sierra Leone.Born on 27th November 1980 in Kono district, Eastern Sierra Leone, to a Sierra Leonean mother, Tidanka Jabbie and a Gambia father, Umar Jabbie, she was educated at the Ansarul Islamic School in Kono, and thereafter completed her secondary education at the St. Joseph Convent Secondary School for her GCSE studies in Freetown, Sierra Leonean capital.
A school is an educational institution designed to provide learning spaces and learning environments for the teaching of students (or "pupils") under the direction of teachers.Most countries have systems of formal education, which is sometimes compulsory.In these systems, students progress through a series of schools.
In Nigeria there are lots of secondary schools that has existed long before Nigeria gained independence in 1960.These schools are still recognized today because of their long years in existence.The list is very long but here are top 20 oldest secondary schools in Nigeria.1.
The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has finalized plans with an unidentified manufacturing company to replace all the buses lost during the EndSARS protests. Recall that during the EndSARS protests last year a lot of terminals and buses were destroyed by furious youths who were protesting against police brutality and extortion. According to a statement released by the Governor's Chief Press Secretary, Gboyega Akosile on Sunday , he said he made the statement during his one hour talk on his 2 years
Sir Louis Phillip Odumegwu Ojukwu was Nigeria first billionaire. He was born on September 1909. The only son and the second child in a family of six. He was a business tycoon, from the Ojukwu family Nnewi, Anambra state. He attended a primary school in Asaba and his secondary school in Calabar. He went to Lagos with little money. In 1929, he got his first job as a tyre sales Clark with John Holt Lagos. While working for John Holt, he noticed that Igbo traders travel all the way to Lagos to buy textiles so he
Mr Macaroni, Slimcase & others react as Tems shares adorable photos of herself in a dark background.
Nigerian talented singer Tems has decided to wow her fans as she shares adorable photos of herself in a dark background as her fans including Celebrities like; Mr Macaroni, Slimcase and others react.The beautiful singer and songwriter shared the photos on her Instagram page and wrote; "I feel it coming."
For those who are conversant with Nigeria history before independence from the British rule in 1960, back then their is nothing like a president, the ruler of the country back then were British Noble man and they go by the title of Governor-general. In total, the country was ruled by 10 governor generals in succession, and in total their adminstration lasted close to 40 years, starting from Sir Fredrick Lord Lugard and ended with Sir James Wilson Robertson. While all of them left a mark on the country footprint
Nigerian businesswoman, Bunmi Opakunle has shared the story of how she relocated to Nigeria from abroad in order to start her car washing business in Nigeria.
Many have told stories of Calabar being the first centre of civilization in Nigeria, with many claims proving doubters wrong day after day.
The majority of us who are familiar with these five female Nigerian entertainers are unaware that their mothers and fathers are not entirely Nigerian; these five female Nigerian entertainers are mixed race. We'll look at five famous Nigerian female celebrities whose fathers are not from Nigeria, with the majority of them having fathers from the United Kingdom, the United States, or some other foreign country outside of Africa. Below are the 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities Who Were Born To Non-Nigerian Fathers.
Femi Fani Kayode may have a controversial side to him but this time around all who know him must rise and give him a standing ovation.FFK, as he is popular called disclosed how he adeptly replied back a British Minister who told him that Nigeria must remain one at all cost.
It’s no news that most Nigerian celebrities in the entertainment industry did not study entertainment-related courses, but there are some that actually went to the university, got into the medical line which many people regard as difficult, and have become movie and music stars.we put together a list of 5 Nigerian celebrities who studied medicine or related courses in the University.
Education is seen as the foundation of any developing country.As such, most nations take it as critical and important to develop all academic systems and improve the literacy rate of their country.
It is an obvious fact that President Muhammadu Buhari doesn't joke with his children's education, he doesn't care how much it would cost as his children attends reputable schools outside the country which is of course very expensive. Below are brief profiles of President Buhari’s children, focusing more on schools they attended. 1) Yusuf Buhari Yusuf Buhari was born on April 23, he is the only son of the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, he attended Kaduna International School, British School of Lome; Bellerby’s
In today's article we would be talking about Wizkid and Tems.Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun (born 16 July 1990), known professionally as Wizkid (sometimes stylized as WizKid), Wizzy or Starboy, grew up in an interfaith household with twelve female siblings.
Keeping to his promise, Omokri, in a series of tweets on Friday, said the protesters were at the Abuja House to harass President Buhari out of London.
The Harass Buhari Out of London rally, held on April 2, 2021 in London, was a huge success.
If your desire is to give your child a quality education with high standard, then I think this article is for you because it reveals the best schools that are available in lekki phase 1. Even though you may complain that the school fees is very expensive, but remember the saying "if you think education is expensive, then try ignorance. Check out the list of five schools that are regarded as the best in Lekki phase 1 below: 1. Lekki British School This school is a historic one in the sense that it's the first
Nigerians has once again come out on social media to express their love for their favorite celebrity and this time around, it's Tems they are showing off with pride A twitter user identified as @MHDee06 tweeted "Tems is the hottest female Nigeria artist RN(right now)" Let's know more about this music star Tems Temilade Openiyi, better known as Tems, is a 25 year old British Nigerian singer, songwriter and record producer,she was born on the 11th of June 1995, she can be described as an half cast or a mixed breed,her parents hails from different countries,she was born to a Nigerian mother and British father,shortly after birth.