Nigeria is a country blessed with people whose purpose on earth is to serve humanity, and these nationals are fulfilling purpose in every nook and cranny of the world.
Legit.ng has brought you three of these Nigerians residing in the United States. They are Nigerian American women running for judge in the US. They have dedicated their lives to serve humanity.
1. Olanike Adebayo
Olanike Adebayo is running for judge at Miami-Dade County (Florida) 11th Circuit Court (Group 55).
She grew up as a biracial female in Chicago, Illinois. Bringing justice to victims and defending the rights of others characterised her legal career.
2. April Ademiluyi
April Ademiluyi is running for judge at Prince George's County (Maryland) 7th Circuit Court.
She was born in Baltimore, Maryland to African immigrants. April is a Prince George’s native, who attended Prince George’s County public schools.
April believes “there is no higher honour than public service”.
She graduated from George Mason University School of Law and immediately opened the Law Office of April T. Ademiluyi.
3. Ngozi Akubuike
Ngozi Akubuike is running for judge at Ramsey Court (Minnesota).
She attended law school in Nigeria and obtained an LL.B and B.L., graduating with honours. Ngozi practiced law and later joined the banking sector prior to immigrating to the United States.
Ngozi attended Mitchell Hamline law school, where she obtained her J.D.
In other news, Nigeria is home to a lot of geniuses, most of whom are making the country proud internationally with their rare abilities.
Olabisi Olaniran is among Nigerians with rare abilities as he is able to speak eight languages which include Yoruba, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German and Chinese.
David Ayodeji J on LinkedIn wrote on the social media platform: "He also has a smattering notion of Igbo, Hausa and Arabic."
Olaniran provides training, translation, interpreting and multilingual content development to individuals and corporate organisations through his signature Oyster Language & Multifaceted Services.
The Nigerian man is said to be working with seasoned language teachers, translators, interpreters and linguists.
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