Filipe Nyusi was born on February 9, 1959, in Namau, Mueda District, Cabo Delgado province. In 1973 he joined the ranks of the Mozambique Liberation Front. Filipe Nyusi won the presidential election in October 2014 and was inaugurated in January 2015. The story of Nyusi’s life is the story of a man willing to win and will to learn. Filipe Jacinto Nyusi Biography and Profile.
Leymah Roberta Gbowee born in central Liberia February 1, 1972, is best known for leading a nonviolent movement that brought together Christian and Muslim women to play a pivotal role in ending Liberia’s devastating, fourteen-year civil war in 2003. Leymah Gbowee received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 for her work in leading a women’s peace movement that brought an end to the Second Liberian Civil War in 2003. Leymah Roberta Gbowee Biography and Profile.
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun known professionally as Wizkid was born on July 16, 1990 in Surulere, Lagos. Wizkid is a talented singer, songwriter and performer. He rose to prominence in 2010 with the release of the song “Holla at Your Boy” from his debut studio album, Superstar (2011). “Tease Me/Bad Guys”, “Don’t Dull”, “Love My Baby”, “Pakurumo” and “Oluwa Lo Ni” were also released as singles from the Superstar album. Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun Biography and Profile.
Nigerian writer Buchi Emecheta was born to Ibo parents in Lagos on 21 July 1944. She moved to Britain in 1960, where she worked as a librarian and became a student at London University in 1970, reading Sociology. “My mother was a born storyteller,” says her first son, also called Sylvester Onwordi. Buchi Emecheta Biography and Profile.
Supermodel and actress Naomi Campbell was born May 22, 1970, in London, England. The daughter of a Jamaican-born dancer and unnamed father, Naomi Campbell attended Dunraven School and the London Academy for Performing Arts as a youngster. Campbell is also responsible for an incredible amount of fundraising and charity work in South Africa and across the globe. Naomi Elaine Campbell biography and profile.
“No one can give you power. It is yours. Take it! From this day, show to the world that anyone who takes the people of Nigeria for fools is deceiving himself and will have the people to answer to. God bless you all. Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Long live the Government of National Unity.” – Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola.
Prince Alamayu was born 1861, a prince with a bloodline stretching back to King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, the son of an Ethiopian emperor and heir to the treasures of one of Africa’s richest royal dynasties. Prince Alamayu was uprooted from his home after the British defeated his father in the Abyssinian Expedition of 1868. Taken to England as an orphaned seven year old, speaking no English. Prince Alemayehu Biography and Profile.
Emir Muhammad Sanusi was born into the Fulani Torobe (Sullubawa) clan of Kano on the July 31 1961. Sanusi is the son Aminu Sanusi, a career diplomat and technocrat who served as the Nigerian ambassador to Belgium, China and Canada. Emir Muhammad Sanusi, II served as Managing Director of First Bank since 2009. Emir Sanusi has a distinguished 25-year career in banking. He began his career in 1985 at ICON Merchant Bankers, a subsidiary of Morgan Guaranty Trust and Baring Brothers, and later ran the credit and risk management division at the United Bank for Africa. Muhammad Sanusi II Biography and Profile.
I am Churchill Olakunle Oladunni, the chairman of Big Church Foundation and its subsidiaries. We are into agriculture, mining, consultancy, real estate, ICT, entertainment and a philanthropism. I am a straight forward person. I don’t like trouble because I am very meek and mild and optimistic person. My greatest value is my time.
Time is precious to me. I value it more than anything else because that is the only thing that can occupy you when anything or everything negative comes your way. Achievement to me or for us at Big Church Foundation is simply defined as giving out to make people happy. That is what see as an achievement. My goal is to spread more and be everywhere globally. Olakunle Churchill Biography and Profile.
Thomas Sankara (Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara) was born on 21 December 1949 in the town of Yako in north-ern Burkina Faso. In an interview with Swiss journalist Jean-Philippe Rapp in 1985, he reflected on his experiences growing up dur-ing the end of the colonial period in Gaoua. He vividly remembered how, as a child, he yearned to ride a bicycle that belonged to his European primary-school principal’s chil-dren, a bicycle which none of the neighbour-hood children was allowed to use: The other children dreamed about this bicycle for months and months. We woke up thinking about it; we drew pictures