How much is lead British international school fees?

Lead British International School, located in Gwarinpa, also in Abuja, charges about N1. 5 million per student per session.

Who is the owner of Lead British International School?

Wole Oke – Owner
Wole Oke – Owner – lead british international school | LinkedIn.

Who is the owner of Lekki?

Lagos assumes full ownership of Lekki Concession Company, Toll Gate. Lagos State Government has received the nod of the House of Assembly to assume full ownership of Lekki Concession Company (LCC). The privately owned company was the special purpose vehicle that executed the Lekki Toll Road Concession Project.

What is the meaning of Lekki?

According to a user from Virginia, U.S., the name Lekki is of Polish origin and means “Light”.

Who are the owner of Lagos?

Some of the answers have been: Nobody owns Lagos; Lagos is owned by the Yoruba; The Igbo own Lagos, The Benin Kingdom and therefore the Beni own Lagos; all Nigerians own Lagos; etc. And recently two “Lagosians” held court on the ownership of Lagos.

What is the biggest school in Nigeria?

Largest universities in Nigeria as of 2019

Characteristic Number of students
National Open University of Nigeria 565,385
University of Maiduguri 74,522
University of Ilorin 53,782
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 52,705

Who is the best student in Nigeria 2021?

A student of Kings College in Lagos State, Akinyemi Oluwafemi has emerged the best student in the just concluded West African Senior School Certificate Examination in Nigeria. Recall that the West African Examination Council (WAEC) had on November 22nd, released the results for this year.

Who are the real indigene of Lagos?

Lagos has its own history and the original inhabitants of Lagos – the Aworis – settled over 500 years ago. I have said it many times recently that Lagos has its own indigenes. The Aworis were the first group of settlers who inhabited Lagos city and suburbs.

Who is the king of Lagos?

Oba Rilwan Akiolu
Rilwan Babatunde Osuolale Aremu Akiolu (born 29 October 1943) is the incumbent traditional Oba of Lagos….Rilwan Akiolu.

Oba Rilwan Akiolu
Incumbent
Assumed office 9 August 2003
Preceded by Adeyinka Oyekan
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