BrandArena: Zuriels #FollowTheBallForEducation ends with Wole Soyinka, Gov Amechi & Lagos First Lady

Monday 4 August 2014

Zuriels #FollowTheBallForEducation ends with Wole Soyinka, Gov Amechi & Lagos First Lady

Zuriel and First Lady of Lagos State H.E. Abimbola Fashola
 After 6 and half weeks and traveling more than 28,000 miles through 6 countries [USA, Brazil, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Mauritius, South Africa] on 3 continents, Zuriels #FollowTheBallForEducation project came to a befitting close earlier tonight in Port Harcourt - Rivers State. She arrived back in Nigeria on Saturday for the last leg, starting first at the Lagos House in Marina, where she was received by the First Lady - Mrs. Abimbola Fashola, who commended her incredible ands stellar efforts, and signed she the ball on behalf of the people of Lagos.

Zuriel headed to Port Harcourt, the venue city of the 2014 World Book Capital, where she met the project director - Mrs Kalango. She was formally made a Goodwill Ambassador for the Rainbow Book Club, and would use her initiative and developing global influence to encourage reading across all ages.

That evening, she was a guest of the Rivers State and met with the Governor - Rotimi Amechi, who also signed the Ball for Education. One of Nigeria's living treasures - Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka, who was celebrating his 80th birthday finally met with Zuriel, and also signed the ball for Education

Zuriel leaves Lagos in a few days for Washington DC, where the US-Africa Summit is holding between President Barack Obama and Africa's 54 leaders. Zuriel has already met with and interviewed 1 in 6 of Africa's Presidents. She is an emerging and influential African [face] Brand.

Zuriel and Gov Rotimi Amechi at Government House

Zuriel and Nobel Lauret Professor Wole Soyinka


  1. Zuriel is a big blessing to Africa. I just admire her 'brand positioning' and a BIG role model for other kids across the world.

  2. And a pride for Nigeria *I guess U forgot to add that. ;-)