Nigerians Elected Into the UK Parliament #GE2017

 

 

Fiona Onasanya: lawyer aspiring to be first Female African  British Prime Minister Member of Parliament for the city of Peterborough.

Kate Ofunne Osamor, re-elected as Member of Parliament of Edmonton. Kate is a graduate of the University of East London

39 year old Chuka Umunna, a graduate of law from the University of Manchester, was re-elected as Member of Parliament of Streatham, a seat he has occupied since 2010.

Bim Afolami was elected as a conservative Member of Parliament for Hitchin and Harpenden constituency.

Helen Grant, first black woman to be elected as a Conservative MP, having also been the first black woman to be selected as a candidate to stand for a Conservative-held parliamentary seat. She was re-elected as the Member of Parliament of Maidstone and The Weald, a position she has occupied since 2010

Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch is a 37 year old, Member of Parliament for Saffron Walden. Kemi, holds two degrees in engineering and law, from Sussex University and Birkbeck College respectively.

Kemi Badenoch

Photo Credit: Fiona Onasanya, Kate Osamor, Chuka Umunna, Bim Afolami, Helen Grant, Chi Onwurah, Kemi Badenoch

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