While some people have a smooth transition from childhood to adulthood and then to accomplishing their long term goals, others tend to go through tough experiences before they begin to achieve the things they've always dreamt of. Angel Smith is a Big Brother Naija season 6 housemate whose story is quite touching.
Nollywood is full of talented, educated, and brilliant individuals and amongst them, we have graduates who studied different courses at different Universities. Acting is a profession and it is studied in the university as theater or creative arts but there are some people who studied other professions and are successful actors.
Angela Ijeoma Okorie is unarguably one of the most loved and cherished celebrities in Nigeria today because of her unique way of life. The Nigerian actress was born on the 29th of October 1975 in Cotonou, Benin Republic. She is currently studying theatre arts at the University of Lagos state.
The big brother show gets more interesting by the day. It's no news that the show is filled with drama and games which makes it more interesting to watch. The past few weeks has been eventful for the housemates and the fans as well. Angel was having a conversation with Saskay earlier today and she talked about how she ran away from home and her mother didn't find out until a year after she left.
(Photo credit: Big Brother Naija) The Big Brother Naija season 6 show is filled with housemates who have interesting personalities. One housemate I would be talking about in this article is Angel Smith. Here are 5 things you probably did not know about Angel Smith.
Our Nigerian actresses are not just beautiful, they are also educated. In this article, we shall be taking a look at some of our actresses and the universities they graduated from. 1. Nancy Isime. Nancy Isime is a Nigerian actress, born on the 17th day of December 1991.
If there is anything to encourage Nigerians about recent events across the country, it is the news of daughter of Chris Ngige, Nigerian minister of Labour and Employment who just graduated from University of Lagos. In Nigeria, it is a tradition for children of privileged people to study outside the country.
Through decades that have come and gone, the world has witnessed numerous deaths like never before. And as every year passes it only gets worse, and brings to mind how the world will soon come to an end. 2021 has been a rough year for Nigeria as many prominent Nigerians have died of one problem or the other.
(Dr DK Olukoya has taken time to explain the basis of the prayer trait in the church, "Fall down and die") Mountain of Fire And Miracles Ministries is a Ministry established by Dr DK Olukoya in 1989. A former scientist and lecturer in the University of Lagos, he has set a unique standard for the ministry that has span for over 3 decades.
Without a doubt, the University of Lagos is one of the best universities in Nigeria. Over the past few years, it has produced some of the best and talented celebrities in Nigeria, both in the music and movie industries. It is an honor to be a graduate of the University of Lagos because it is one of the most respectable schools in the country.
Bobrisky's latest photo on social media has caused torrents of reaction after she described herself as a 'big girl'. Before dropping the photo, she said she sometimes got confused about which car to drive. "Sometimes I get confused about which car to drive Well, Range, it's your turn today.
Without a doubt, we have some celebrities in Nigeria who fell in love with their academic career at some point in their youthful days. Before joining the entertainment industry, most of these celebrities wanted to become a scientist or a medical doctor. However, along the way, they completely switch to different types of careers.
Ruth Kadiri was born in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. She studied mass communication at the University of Lagos and business administration at Yaba College of Technology. The actress kept her relationship a secret until December 2017, when Ruth announced that she was engaged on her social media page.On August 26, 2020, Kadiri celebrated her daughter's one year birthday.
The Joint admission matriculation Examination Board(JAMB) had on Tuesday, cancelled the cut off marks stipulated for admission into tertiary institutions. The statement, which was made in a virtual meeting and was led by the minister for Education, Adamu Adamu, has however given tertiary institutions to decide on the cut-off marks they wish to use for the 2021 admission.
By: Ikugbadi Segun On Saturday 21st of August 2021, The management of University Of Lagos (UNILAG) announced commencement of COVID-19 Vaccination. Below is the official statement signed by the Dean of students affairs, Professor Ademola Adeleke. The University is providing another opportunity for all students and staff who have not received the 1st dose to take the covid vaccine on campus.
Education is critical for everyone's personal development. Education is more than simply a tool for advancing your job; it grows a person holistically and provides one with a new perspective and understanding. It is often held in Nigeria that no formal schooling is required to become a professional actor or actress in Nollywood.
The University of Lagos, Akoka officials have authorised the reopening of hostels to students beginning Thursday, August 26. The start of the second semester examinations on campus was also approved by the varsity's officials. This was stated in a press statement sent out to students on Tuesday night.
Students of the University of Lagos UNILAG now have reasons to smile. This is because the school authority has approved the reopening of hostels to students effective Thursday, August 26. Image credit: Punch This announcement was contained in a statement issued on Tuesday night. The announcement was titled 'Important notice: Schedule of accommodation of bonafide students with allocated bedspaces in hostels for second semester 2019-2020 in-person examination’.
The authority of the University of Lagos, Akoka has declared reopening of hostels to students for the second semester examinations. This information was in accordance with a notice made to the students titled " schedule of the accommodation of Bonafide students with allocated bed spaces in the hostels for the 2nd Semester examinations."
The management of the University of Lagos, Akoka have supported the resuming of students to their hostels from Thursday, August 26. The varsity's management likewise affirmed the beginning of the second semester assessments physically on campus. This was contained in a delivery to the undergraduates Tuesday night.