Nigerians have been and won’t stop representing in diaspora or will they? No! we doubt it. What do you think? Well, as for us, we believe that there are still innumerable feats waiting to be accomplished and achieved by Africans especially Nigerians anywhere they find themselves on planet earth.
Today we are refreshing your mind on the young Nigerian Anita Osariemen Omonuwa who became the first black woman to graduate with a first class degree in law from the University of Reading United Kingdom in 2012.
Anita Osariemen Omonuwa from Edo-state has set a record that has never been attained in the 122 years of existence of the University of Reading.
Anita is a triple First class holder from the University of Reading, UK (LLB), University of Birmingham, UK (LLM) and the Nigerian Law School (BL).
At Nigerian Law School, she received several prizes including, the Council of Legal Education Star Prize, best overall performance, best outstanding academic performance, Best Female Student and Best Student in Corporate Law Practice.
Anita also won some other notable prizes which include the Clarks Legal Prize for best performance in Part 2; Equity and Trust, presented by David Rintoul; the Managing Partner, Keith Wright Memorial Prize for best overall performance in Part 2; the Shoosmiths Prize for best overall performance in Part 2; and the Boinime Jackson Lott Foundation Prize.
She’s attractive, charming, delightful, appealing, alluring, prepossessing, lovely, and intelligent girl that every Nigerian Youth should emulate.