Professor Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu – Pride of Nigeria and Britain

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By Esosa Aihie 72 year old British🇬🇧born Nigerian🇳🇬Professor Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu DBE FRCN – a nurse, health expert, tutor, lecturer and Emeritus Professor of Nursing at University of West London, received the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain🇬🇧Lifetime Achievement Award for her remarkable work to establish a nationwide healthcare for those with sickle cell and thalassemia, on 28th October 2019 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.  This is on top of a record number of awards and accolades for her trailblazing nursing,...

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Siya Kolisi Makes History as First Black Captain to lift the Webb Ellis Rugby World Cup after Springboks’ Triumph

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By Esosa Aihie Star Captain Siya Kolisi Iconic moment as 28 year Siya Kolisi became the first ever black South African Captain to lift the Webb Ellis trophy after Springboks’ Rugby World Cup triumph. This follows Nelson Mandela, famously wearing a Springboks jersey and cap, presenting captain Francois Pienaar with the Webb Ellis Cup at Ellis Park in Johannesburg in 1995.  History repeated itself in Japan, as President Cyril Ramaphosa joined in the celebrations.  The Rugby star💫who grew up in Zwide a poor...

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Lewis Hamilton wins 6th F1🏎world🌍title in the US Grand Prix

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By Esosa Aihie 34 year old Lewis Hamilton wins his 6th F1🏎world🌍title in the US Grand Prix on Sunday, congrats to the Mercedes  #44 (driver).   What an incredible weekend, I can’t believe it, I really can’t believe it,” said Hamilton over race radio at the finish of his 11th victory of the season.  Hamilton is at the peak of his career as he has won the title in the past three seasons for his dominant Mercedes team. “It’s beyond surreal, that my life journey has brought me to this point in winning...

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UNIBEN Appoints New Female VC

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By Esosa Aihie Professor Mrs Lilian Imuetinyan Salami – New VC of UNIBEN Congrats to Professor Mrs Lilian Imuetinyan Salami, the new Vice Chancellor of my Alma mater, University of Benin (UNIBEN).  Professor Salami takes over from Professor Faraday Orumwense and will commence her duties on 5th December 2019.  She becomes the second woman to become UNIBEN’s VC since Professor Grace Alele Williams, who was Nigeria’s first female VC in 1985.   Mrs Salami, (Nee Emovon) Ph.D. Professor of Home Economics/Nutritional...

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