5 Nigerians Who RECENTLY Made History
From becoming famous overnights to graduating with a record breaking CGPA, Nigerians are making history every day. Whether positively or negatively, people are doing something no one has ever done before.we brings you 5 Nigerians who have made history between Dec 2015 and February 2016…
Korede Bello: The 19-year-old Mavin Records singer and songwriter was recently honoured as a police youth ambassador by the Nigerian Police Force. The new honour makes the ‘Godwin‘ singer the first ever Nigerian musician to hold the position. He was presented with the plaque at an event in Abuja on December 2, 2015.
Olajumoke Orisaguna: A 27-year-old mother of two, who literally walked into fame after she photobombed a TY Bello photo shoot of Tinie Tempah, a Nigerian-British born singer, while she was about her business of hawking Agege bread. The ex bread seller has since received a modelling contract, enrolled into poise, interviewed by CNN and many more. This makes Jumoke the first Nigerian to stumble on fame while hawking bread. Kind of funny but that is the reality.
Ayodele Dada Daniel of the department of Psychology has set the record as the best graduating student in the history of the University of Lagos. He recently graduated from the University of Lagos with a CGPA of 5.0. He is also the first Nigerian student to ever graduate with a perfect CGPA and will be graduating along with 10,907 others from UNILAG on March 1, 2016.
Jude O. Nkama: A Nigerian on January 6, 2016, became the first African to be appointed as a judge in the 349 year history of the city and State of New Jersey, USA.
Rev. King: The Supreme Court on February 26th okayed the convicted General-Overseer of the Christian Praying Assembly, Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, a.k.a Rev. King to die by hanging. Ezeugo was convicted and sentenced to death by hanging on January 11, 2007, for the alleged murder of his church member, Ann Uzoh. Rev King would therefore be the first Nigerian pastor to die by hanging.
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