|Chief Margaret Ekpo|
|In office 1961–1965|
|Born||June 27, 1914 Creek Town, Nigeria Protectorate|
|Died||September 21, 2006 (aged 92) Calabar|
Who is Margaret echo?
Echo (born Margaret Pearl) is a talented artist, eco-engineer and street racer, and a member of Tony Toretto’s Crew.
Who is the first female speaker in Africa?
|Patricia Olubunmi Foluke Etteh|
|Preceded by||Aminu Bello Masari|
|Succeeded by||Dimeji Bankole|
|Born||17 August 1953|
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When did Margaret Ekpo die?
Is Frosty a boy or girl?
Frosty Name Meaning
|Meaning:||‘one who is cool and’|
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What is an echo spirit?
An Echo is basically the psychic imprint left behind by ordinary people. A “Ghost of a Ghost” as Egon describes, they appear in the Sedgewick Hotel.
Who was the first female president in the world?
The first woman elected president of a country was Vigdís Finnbogadóttir of Iceland, who won the 1980 presidential election as well as three others to also become the longest-serving non-hereditary female head of state in history (16 years and 0 days in office).
Which country in Africa has a female president?
|Ellen Johnson Sirleaf|
|Born||Ellen Eugenia Johnson 29 October 1938 Monrovia, Liberia|
|Political party||Liberian Action Party (1985–1996) Unity (1997–2018) Independent (2018–present)|
|Spouse(s)||James Sirleaf ( m. 1956; div. 1961)|
Who is the first female prime minister in Africa?
|The Honourable Sirimavo Bandaranaike|
|Governor General||William Gopallawa|
|Prime Minister||Dudley Senanayake|
|Preceded by||Dudley Senanayake|
Does Calabar have an international airport?
Margaret Ekpo International Airport (IATA: CBQ, ICAO: DNCA), also known as Calabar Airport, is an airport serving Calabar, the capital of the Cross River State in Nigeria.
Margaret Ekpo International Airport.
|Margaret Ekpo International Airport Calabar Airport|
|Elevation AMSL||210 ft / 64 m|
What did Funmilayo Ransome Kuti do?
Reverend Ransome-Kuti became the first president of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) from 1931 to 1954; the NUT was the first multi-ethnic and nationalist association in the country. He was also a human rights activist and both husband and wife worked to end colonialism in Nigeria.