Onyekachi Osuji, Nigerian First Class Graduate Emerges African Home-Coming Queen in American University..

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*University of Tampa Student Productions: “The Homecoming Queen has a responsibility to represent UT. Osuji represents the campus as a Spartan Ambassador for Admissions. She’s involved in five campus organizations and has had internships in her major, but likes being an ambassador more than anything else she has done for UT because she gets to meet so many different people”

BY GEORGE ELIJAH OTUMU/FOREIGN BUREAU CHIEF, UNITED STATES

HER NAME is Onyekachi Osuji, famously known around Florida as ‘Kachi’, a First-class Nigerian graduate who recently made Nigeria extremely proud in a keenly contested competition in University of Tampa, Florida where she was unanimously chosen as the first African Home-Coming Queen as an outstanding goodwill personality to represent the varsity being a Spartan Ambassador for admission. Osuji, a highly cerebral lady is involved in five campus organizations and has had internships in her major, but likes being an ambassador more than anything else she has done for UT because she gets to meet so many different people from all walks of life.

 

This correspondent can assure you that if you are a first-time visitor to University of Tampa, and you stopped over in their admission office, you will certainly come in close contact of this Nigerian pretty damsel whose humility, smile and natural pleasantries would make you applaud the Board and Management of University of Tampa to have chosen her. Her English language expression and written are flawless, while her dentition her impeccable.

No wonder, University of Tampa (UT), Florida,recently elected its first African homecoming queen, Osuji, a senior communications major (who graduated with a First Class recently) and took part

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