Anita Osariemen Omonuwa: 1st black woman to graduate with first class from UK and Nigerian universities by Joseph Omotayoa

Anita Osariemen Omonuwa is a Nigerian that has had a robust academic career bagging three first class distinctions

– Omonuwa has gotten several prizes for her academic finesse, out of which are the Council of Legal Education Star Prize, best overall performance

– The Nigerian genius is also a member of several organisations like the Association of Young Arbitrators, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Anita Osariemen Omonuwa is one of those people who are making it big in the academia as she has had three first class distinctions from the University of Reading, UK (LLB), University of Birmingham, UK (LLM), and the Nigerian Law School (BL).

According to her public profile, she graduated top of her class at the Nigerian Law School which got her several prizes such as the Council of Legal Education Star Prize, best outstanding academic performance, among others.

She is also the vice president of the Association of Young Arbitrators, a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).

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Anita Osariemen Omonuwa has been recognised by different organisations. Photo credit: Espact

Source: UGC

Added to all that is that she is a volunteer staff counsel at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce International Arbitration Centre (LACIAC).

She is also said to have been the first person to have graduated with a first class degree in law from the University of Reading, United Kingdom in 2012.

Meanwhile, It was earlier reported that Anne-Marie Imafidon is one of the few geniuses Nigeria is blessed with.

Born in 1990, she passed her A-level in computing at the age of 11 and became the youngest girl to ever achieve that feat.

At the age of 15, she got in for a degree programme at the University of Oxford. Imafidon currently speaks six languages. Nine years after that, at 20, she obtained her master’s degree in mathematics and computer science from the University of Oxford.

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