- Nigerian high commissioner in the UK, Ambassador George Adesola Oguntade, has felicitated with Olasubomi Iginla-Aina on her Member of the British Empire honour
- Olasubomi is also a well-known philanthropist in the UK and chief director of Lightup Foundation, an outfit that empowers the young and disadvantaged
- The UK based Nigerian was also congratulated by Kate Anolue, the mayor of Enfield, another Nigerian in the country
Nigerian high commissioner in the UK, Ambassador George Adesola Oguntade, has congratulated Olasubomi Iginla-Aina on her honour as Member of the British Empire.
Olasubomi is a UK based philanthropist and the chief director of Lightup Foundation, an organisation whose focus is on young people and those who are disadvantaged. The organisation also has consultative status with the United Nations.
It should be noted that the formal investiture held on Tuesday, November 26, at the Buckingham Palace in London, United Kingdom.
The mayor of Enfield, Kate Anolue, who has been a two-time mayor in UK, also congratulated the Nigerian philanthropist for her success.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the pool of Nigerians making huge successes in the diaspora keeps widening every day as Angela Okafor won a significant seat in Bangor City Council in the United States.
It was gathered that she knocked on more than 1,000 doors to campaign for the election that brought her in.
Angela said that she is really grateful for the trust the people reposed in her as she approached them at every nook and cranny to table what she had to politically offer.
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The councillor said that she tried calling her daddy in Nigeria to inform him about the joyous news and how her life turned out much better than she bargained for.
The Nigerian woman owns a law practice and a haircare business. Angela has also served on the board of the Maine multicultural center and also lectured as a guest at the Eastern Maine Community College.
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