Professor Uche Ewelukwa Ofodile has received numerous awards and fellowships including Outstanding 2014 Year-in-Review (YIR) Award from the American Bar Association Section of International Law (for the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee’s Year in Review that she edited and co-authored), the 2009 Human Rights Essay Award from the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, and a fellowship award from the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs.
Dr Omobola Johnson appointed as the a member of the World Wide Web Foundation Board of Directors. Omobola has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Manchester; a Master’s degree in Digital Electronics from King’s College, London and a Doctorate in Business Administration from the School of Management, Cranfield University.
Blessing Okagbare: “I feel like Blessing Okagbare once again. And I just want to go out every time and do my best. I feel happy. I’m really happy that this time came down today. It boosts my confidence. I just hope this same thing happens at the Olympics. I’ve been working on everything in general. I hope it clicks where it counts at the big stage. I have to go to the Games and do better than this or reciprocate it. This finish boosts my confidence going to the Games.”
Arise Monalisa Foundation (AMF), a not-for-profit organisation founded by veteran multi award-winning actress, TV show host and humanist, Monalisa Chinda-Coker, on Lupus awareness programme, is providing health intervention activities, in collaboration with Benjamin Olowojebutu Foundation, for patients suffering from fibroids, breast lumps, hernia and lipoma. The intervention will involve visits to selected states by a team of surgeons led by Dr. Benjamin Olowojebutu