First Nigerian feminine science graduate, Jibowu dies at 95

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First Nigerian female science graduate, Jibowu dies at 95

Through Rotimi Ojomoyela

Woman Deborah Jibowu, the primary Nigerian feminine science graduate, has handed on on the age of 95 years.

Woman Jibowu, graduated from the College of Manchester, United Kingdom in 1947 and was once a recipient of Member of the British Empire (MBE) in 1962 and Officer of the Order of Niger (OON) in 1965.

Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, who made public the dying of the most important educationist commiserated with circle of relatives of the past due Woman Deborah Jibowu and the Fasanmade circle of relatives of Ido-Ile Ekiti

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The past due Jibowu was once a member, Native Govt Carrier Fee, Western Area (1959-1971); Commissioner on the Nationwide Inhabitants Fee (NPC) (1981-1983) and Professional-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, College of Calabar (1993-1997).

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