Nigerian American Oye Owolewa who was recently elected as a shadow United States Representative has told the BBC that he would push for the elevation of the District of Columbia to statehood. The 30-year-old is the first Nigerian-American congressman in the country’s history but he is confident he would not be the last.Continue reading “Oye Owolewa | Nigerian-American Congressman-elect vows to push for District of Columbia to be elevated to statehood”
Nigerian Amina Mohamed, New York based United Nations Deputy Secretary-General speaks on Covid 19 response.
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American social commentator gives her opinion on the recent visa restrictions on Nigerians.
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