An excellent performing Nigerian lady identified as Adeola Olubamiji who lives in Canada, took to her Facebook page to announce that this past weekend, she was honored and celebrated as one of the 2022 100 accomplished black Canadian Women.
Sharing the goodnews on Facebook with some cute photos, the lady captioned her post;
I am happy to announce that this past weekend, I was honored and celebrated as one of the 2022 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women.
Reading about the impact and the works of all the honorees made it clear to me that our lives are not just our own. I’m especially proud of and inspired by all the black girl magic within this class. Many of whom weren’t given any table but created not just tables but rooms for themselves and others. There lives, their journeys have and their quest to speak up, innovate, and make a difference in their various professions and endeavors, are all we need to get up and do more. The world and its people truly need us and each and everyone of us owe it to our world and the generation to come to do do more, give more and live more.
And through the work of STEMHub Foundation and D-Tech Centrix, I am glad that I am able to not just be a role model, but a world changer, a contributor and an innovator in the world of 3D-printing.
Thank you 100ABC Women for giving me another moment of gratitude. To the 100 Women honored last night in a hall full of inspiration, motivation and pure black excellence, thank you for your excellent work and congratulations 🎊!” – She posted
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