Biggie Smalls was born on May 21, 1972, New York. Biggie had excelled at English. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office released the autopsy report on Christopher Wallace, aka The Notorious B.I.G. or Biggie Smalls, who died on 9 March 1997. Christopher George Latore Wallace, known professionally as The Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, or Biggie, was an American rapper. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest rappers of all time. Christopher Wallace Biography and Profile.
Tupac Shakur, African-American rapper, was born on 16 June 1971. After joining the Black Panther party, his mother changed his first name to Tupac Amaru, after an 18th-century Peruvian revolutionary who was killed by the Spanish. Tupac Amaru Shakur sold over 75 million records sold worldwide. 1996’s All Eyez on Me and his Greatest Hits collection have been certified diamond, surpassing the ten-million mark and placing them among the top-selling albums of all time. 2Pac Biography and Profile.
Mohammad A. Safadi was born in Tripoli, Lebanon on March 28, 1944. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the American University of Beirut. Three major Lebanese parties have agreed on nominating Mohammad Safadi, a former finance minister, to become prime minister of a new government. Mohammad Safadi Biography and Profile.
J’Nai Bridges, African-American Mezzo-Soprano, was born 6 February 1987. J’Nai Bridges is a recipient of the prestigious 2018 Sphinx Medal of Excellence Award, a 2016 Richard Tucker Career Grant, first prize winner at the 2016 Francisco Viñas International Competition, first prize winner at the 2015 Gerda Lissner Competition, a recipient of the 2013 Sullivan Foundation Award. J’Nai Bridges Biography and Profile.
Melissa Jefferson, African-American songwriter, singer, rapper and classically trained flautist, was born April 27, 1988. Lizzo revealed that the day she released her now No. 1 Billboard single “Truth Hurts,” Lizzo almost quit the music industry altogether. Her genre-defying sound is as infectious as it is joyous, often featuring messages of self love, empowerment, inclusivity and body positivity. More about Melissa Viviane Jefferson Biography and Profile.
Olusegun Obasanjo, former Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo, was born 5 March 1937. He was appointed by the UN as a special envoy for Africa in 2008. President Obasanjo is also Founder of the Olusegun Obasanjo Foundation, a UK based charity that has a mission of advancing Human Security for All. More about Olusegun Obasanjo Biography and Profile.
General TY Danjuma GCON (Rtd), was born 9 December 1938. TY Danjuma Foundation is a private independent Nigerian philanthropic organisation committed to improving the quality of life of Nigerians. General TY Danjuma, GCON (Rtd.) has been recognised as the Leadership Person of the Year for 2011. Theophilus Danjuma married to Daisy Ehanire Danjuma. More about Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma Biography and Profile.
Senator Daisy Ehanire Danjuma was born on the 6th of August, 1952 in Benin City, Edo State. She worked as a State Counsel in Lagos State Ministry of Justice (DPP), a pioneer legal counsel to the Legal Aid Council. Senator Danjuma is a Trustee of the H I D Awolowo Foundation. Daisy Ehanire Danjuma is married to General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma and they have five children. More about Daisy Ehanire Danjuma Biography and Profile.
Dalai Lama born 6 July 1935, Taktser, Tibet (now People’s Republic of China). The Dalai Lama is the head monk of Tibetan Buddhism. In 1950, at 16, His Holiness was called upon to assume full political power as Head of State and Government when Tibet was threatened by the might of China. In 1959 he was forced into exile in India after the Chinese military occupation of Tibet. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. Lhamo Thondup Biography and Profile.
Sam Cooke, African-American Singer and Songwriter, born January 22, 1931, in Clarksdale, Mississippi, he sang with the gospel group the Soul Stirrers before going on to land huge hits like “You Send Me,” “Wonderful World,” “Chain Gang” and “Twistin’ the Night Away.” Sam Cooke died on December 11, 1964, in Los Angeles, California. More about Sam Cooke Biography and Profile.