Who is Anike Agbaje-Williams?
Anike Agbaje-Williams is the foremost woman in Nigeria to be a tv business announcer and announcer, and the first woman in Africa to be a television presenter
She was born on October 23, 1936 and changed.The pioneer girl TV actress, on October 23, 2023, clocked 87 years vintage.
She belongs to the Yoruba tribe, an ethnic group in southwestern Nigeria.
Anike Agbaje-Williams was born in Abeokuta.
She is the 1/3 born daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kuforizi; His father turned out of the Egba estate.
Mrs Agbaje-Williams was also accompanied by her guardian, Mrs Gbemisola Rosiji, to Ayo Rosiji and the Bishop Mrs S.C.
His primary and secondary schools were in Lagos State. Agbja-Williams attended CMS School for Women in Lagos.
In 1950, when CMS Girls College was moved to Ibadan and renamed St. Mary’s College, Anne’s College, he joined the faculty and completed his training in Ibadan.
After completing his secondary education, he was employed in 1955 in Ikoyi, Lagos by the Nigerian Broadcasting Enterprise (NBC).
Agbaje-Williams was reading the material and when the administrator heard her voice, she was converted to the spirit, converted and then asked to register with the Program Department as a professional publisher.
When a tv station became mounted in Ibadan, he changed to requested for interview and was finally given the format on the station.
Agbaje-Williams was a pioneering entrepreneur at WNTV, which became Nigeria’s leading television station, she was also the station’s first female anchor
She rose to become a producer and director of programmes at the television station before retiring in 1986.