Obiajulu Olabisi Ugboh

I’m celebrating Obiajulu Olabisi Ugboh today. She is popularly known as Beecee Ugboh. I admire this amazing woman and she inspires me. BeeCee is a songwriter, actor and a rapper. BeeCee is a co-host of popular breakfast TV show, Your View.

Beecee Ugboh - Oba Nla

BeeCee is a graduate of political science from delta state university. She also holds an international diploma in Montessori Education from The Centre of Educational Research and Development India. BeeCee is indeed one of Nigeria’s fastest growing female rapper, She is a kingdom hip hop recording artiste who raps with a blend of English and Igbo. She already calved a Niche for her style of Music called “Englibo”

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BeeCee Ugboh started her career in Music in 2011 after which she was nominated for Next rated Category at The Nigerian Gospel Music Awards 2012 (NGMA) which she won.

“The empowered woman is powerful beyond measure and beautiful beyond description”- Steve Maraboli

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Have a lovely weekend guys.

(https://beeceeugboh.com/biography/)

6 thoughts on “Obiajulu Olabisi Ugboh

  1. Obiajulu ugbo, I put it to you that biafra will do better than Nigeria, look at how you disgraced yourself in front of your learned colleagues, you are against biafra, after been marginalized by your so called Nigeria. The only statement you made that I like is saying that nigerians are not civilized because the zoo doesn’t want to and we biafrans are civilized that is why the said senator that is supposed go be representing us is looting and stealing from us. What do you know about civilization, we are far and farther than the name third world country. If you live in diaspora you will feel our pain. But just like someone said, we will be celebrating new yam festival in New York, they are invited ok. Chukwu gozie
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    1. Thanks @wiseman for your comment.
      I feel your pains and sincerely respect your thought-provoking opinion as stated in your earlier post.
      Without an iota of triviality in what you have painstakingly penned down, I will like to also say that Obiajulu has an equal liberty to express her views on the said topic just like you have stated your views without mincing words.
      Again you have the right as a Nigerian to freely express your mind and grieviances just as you’ve done and I respect this right of yours. I’m sure the various stakeholders are reading all your genuine concerns and of several others.

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