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Moment Chioma Ajunwa finally gets 3-Bedroom Flat
Chioma Ajunwa could not disguise her enthusiasm after the Lagos state authorities blessed her with a three-bedroom house.
Ajunwa made the nation proud by emerging as its first gold medalist on the 1996 Summer time Olympics in Atlanta.
The keys to accessing the tear-rubber building at the Babatunde Raji Fashola Housing Estate located in Ikoyi were delivered to the medalist by the state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The awesome brought about an emotional minute for Ajunwa, as she received the twenty-five years after the historic event.
In a sighted clip that was disseminated on Instagram, Ajunwa who made a historical past as an athlete on the 1996 Summer season Olympics in Atlanta, was seen jumping up in excitement when the governor made the announcement.
In a related report, Governor Sanwo-Olu seized time out to dig out Chess puzzle prodigy Ferdinand Maumo in a friendly event.
The governor to shared on his Facebook page photographs of himself and Ferdinand as they knocked it out within the sport of chess on Sunday, June 13.
The Governor stated he acknowledged the challenge from Ferdinand on Children’s Day.
Based on him, the sport led to a standoff as Ferdinand didn’t make it ordinary for him.