Nigerian Billionaire and Philanthropist, Tony Elumelu’s daughter, Ogechukwu Elumelu has graduated from The London School of Economics, United Kingdom with honors.
Tamara-Marie Oge Elumelu is the first and eldest daughter of the popular billionaire and philanthropist. She bagged her bachelors degree in Politics and Philosophy from the London School Of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Celebrating his daughter on Linkedin, Tony Elumelu described her graduation as a proud moment for their family.
Congratulations to Oge on graduating from The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) today! You make us all soo proud!👩🎓#ProudDad #TOEGirl #TOEWay ,” he wrote.
Tony Elumelu is one of the leading Businessmen in Africa that supports upcoming entrepreneurs across the continent through his foundation, the ”Tony Elumelu Foundation”. The Tony Elumelu Foundation is an African non-profit organization founded in 2010 by Tony O. Elumelu and headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria.
The foundation is a pioneer member of the Global Impact Investment Rating System. According to reports, it has so far empowered 7,520 African entrepreneurs across 54 African countries.
The foundation uses its Entrepreneurship Programme to support businesses across Africa and has supported tens of thousands of Africans with $5,000 Seed Funding each to start their businesses.
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Aside from Ogechukwu’s academic excellence, she has also followed in her fathers footsteps. She is a member of the Genu’S Young People’s Action Team, a group of young leaders on a mission to unleash the full potential of the world’s 1.8 billion young people, by providing them with the right skills and opportunities, thus creating a better, more equitable world.
She is also the co-founder of LSE Talk, where she works with her team to proactive create a much needed space for all students to learn about Africa and be enlightened about the continent.