Nigerian Professor Elizabeth Anionwu Honoured By Queen Of England At Buckingham Palace

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March 3rd, 2017 – Pictures: Nigerian Professor Elizabeth Anionwu Honoured By Queen Of England At Buckingham Palace

Professor Anionwu, a top advocate for Sickle Cell disorder has been honoured by the Queen of England.

Anionwu was honoured on Tuesday the 28th of February 2017 for being instrumental in improving services provided for sickle cell disease sufferers.

The Human Rights activist was also recognised for campaigning tirelessly to have the statue of British Jamaican Heroine, Mary Jane Seacole erected at one of the popular hospitals in the UK (St Thomas hospital).

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Congrats to her.

6 thoughts on “Nigerian Professor Elizabeth Anionwu Honoured By Queen Of England At Buckingham Palace

  1. Elizabeth has never seen a queen as she explains to us, so we asked her, how many queens are there in Nigeria? Elizabeth said quietly my knowledge of African history is not good, but her church life is good, she does a little gossip with older mothers

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