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Iya Charlie: Queen of England honours Nigerians in her Honours List of 2015

The Queen of England (Iya Charlie) yesterday January first released its New Year Honors List of 2015 and respected a couple of Nigerians. Among them, Dr Pamela Bernard (left bellow), the recent chief of the Nigerian Community Association Bedfordshire CIC.
She has been regarded for her work. She got a MBE for administrations to the African and Caribbean community in Bedford. While Professor Uduak Archibong (picture right above), Professor of justice at the University of Bradford has additionally been regarded with a MBE for administrations to advanced education and fairness….

Minister Gbolahan Ayorinde Bright, MBE. Volunteer Maths Teacher Bright Maths Club, Dagenham Heathway Library. For administrations to Education in East (London)

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