Stella Damasus Celebrates As Second Daughter Graduates From Columbia University

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Stella Damasus, the experienced actress, has utilized Instagram to commemorate her daughter, Angelica Aboderin, who has just completed her studies at Columbia University.

Angelica was granted a full scholarship to attend Columbia University because of her outstanding academic performance.

Stella Damasus conveyed the news and conveyed her appreciation to God for the chance.

She wrote: 

“As my second daughter @angelicatooni graduates today from @columbia, l give God all the honor and glory. I am grateful for his love, grace, mercy and favor. Angelica’s grades gave her a full scholarship in an Ivy league college.

Yes! Today I have the right to brag. My last baby is done (for now 9). Proud mama moment y’all. More videos and pictures coming. Prepare to get sick of me. Congratulations my princess. I love you.”

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During her visit to Nigeria, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, now known as Ifeoma, expressed her deep connection to her Nigerian heritage.

She shared that discovering her Nigerian roots through a genealogy test was a humbling experience.

On her second day in the West African nation, Meghan met with women and acknowledged Nigeria as “my country.”

This visit, alongside Prince Harry, aims to promote mental health support for wounded soldiers and young girls.

She said:
 “It’s been eye-opening to be able to know more about my heritage.”
“Never in a million years would I understand it as much as I do now. And what has been echoed so much in the past day is, ’Oh, we are not so surprised when we found out you are Nigerian,” she said at the event on women in leadership co-hosted by Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a Nigerian economist and head of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
“It is a compliment to you because what they define as a Nigerian woman is brave, resilient, courageous, beautiful,” Meghan told the audience
The Duchess of Sussex revealed during her podcast in October 2022 that a DNA-based test showed she was “43% Nigerian.” She shared that her initial reaction was to inform her mother about the discovery during an event in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja.
“Being African American, there is a sense of not fully knowing one’s lineage and background… and it was a thrilling moment for both of us,” she expressed. Mo Abudu, the anchor and chief executive of EbonyLife media group, then invited the audience to propose a Nigerian name for Meghan.
“Ifeoma,” was suggested by someone in the enthusiastic crowd, a name from Nigeria’s Igbo tribe meaning ‘a treasured thing.’ Another proposed “Omowale,” from the Yoruba tribe, signifying ‘the child has come home,’ and “Edidiong,” which translates to ‘blessing.’
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