Zuriel Elise Oduwole,  a Nigerian female education activist best known for her works on the advocacy for the education of girl-child in Africa. Her advocacy has since made her the youngest person to be profiled by Forbes. The education activist was at Grace Garden International School on Fri. 3rd June, 2016 as part of her advocacy visit to institutions of learning in Nigeria.

During the visit, Zuriel shared her experiences with the pupils and students of the school, she encouraged to students to aspire to be great. As a female, she told the girls that it is possible to get the zenith of the aspirations. The interactive session of the advocacy gave the students opportunity to ask her questions that bothered on how they can become successful, venture into other fields of life and still remain focused. She discussed her areas of strength with the students. As well, she taught them the basics of film making, editing and production. She also discussed the advantages of film making with the students.

A student of GGIC presenting a Gift to Zuriel Oduwole During her Advocacy visit to the school

Zuriel posed with the Proprietress of GGIS Mrs Ruth Aimuan and the Chairman Advisory Council of GGIC, Barr. Collins  Aimuan during the Advocacy Visit.

Zuriel with a cross section of the Students during the visit

Zuriel posses a cross section of the Students during the visit

Zuriel Oduwole being interviewed by members of the Press

Students of the GGIC posed with Zuriel during the visit.



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