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University of Ibadan honours Lady Alex-Ibru

By Guardian Exclusive
28 June 2019   |   9:01 pm
The University of Ibadan has conferred a lifetime achievement award on the Publisher of The Guardian, Lady Maiden Alex-Ibru, an alumna of the school. The school’s vice chancellor, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka, described her as a role model and quintessential woman of inspiration.

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