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Nollywood Actress Chioma Chukwuka-Akpotha visits Secondary School in School Uniform [See Photos]

Popular Nollywood actress Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha decided to keep in touch with her childhood roots as she paid a visit to Babs Fafunwa Millennium Grammar School located at Ojodu in Lagos state.

The award-winning actress visited the school in relation to her position as an ambassador for the anti-violence organization called "Women Arise Anti Gender Based Violence and Violence against Young Person".

She was accompanied by fellow ambassador and Women's right activist Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin as they continued their campaign against violence in Nigeria.

The 36-year old took to her social media handle to show pictures of herself and Dr Okei-Odumakin in the midst of students of Babs Fafunwa Millennium Grammar School.

She said,

"I have gone back to school to learn!"

"I resumed with my fellow student @drjoeodumakin in SS1A. We the students of Babs Fafunwa Millennium Grammar School Ojodu wish you all the best as you celebrate today . #BirthdayGirl #Activist #StrongWoman #DoggedFighter"

"With @drjoeodumakin and our principal Mrs Adebola Kolawole of Babs Fafunwa Millenium Senior Grammar School".

"School was fun today o".

"A special thank you to Lagos State Government Ministry of Education for the growth and development in our schools and the extra effort in impacting the lives of our children with so much positivity , confidence and knowledge . Well done!".

Chioma Akpotha was recently branded as an ambassador for the "Women Arise Anti Gender Based Violence and Violence against Young Person" and it appears she has been doing a fantastic job. She was also part of the many celebrities that partook in the “Walk against Gender-Based Violence and Violence against Young Persons”.

Thumbs up to the actress as she aids in eradicating violence in the country!

 

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