Monday, 19 September 2016

The Guardian features Zuriel Oduwoles Third Editorial Today - September 19th 2016

As one of the most respected print newspapers in West Africa, Nigeria's The Guardian newspaper signed up then 13 year old Zuriel Oduwole in June 2016, to share her incredibly poignant insight into issues that affect Nigeria, Africa, and the entire world, as seen by a teenager with a very clear and unique global prism.

Being the worlds youngest film maker and a global voice on Girls Education, who has met one-on-one with 19 world leaders, her insight to issues is fresh, innocent, yet hard hitting -  a rare combination.

Following her first in July, and her much talked about August edition titled "Who Would Trump Clinton", her third installment is in today's The Guardian, and titled When Would The Lion Learn To Write. The article from the worlds youngest editorial contributor to a national newspaper is also available online, to The Guardians 740,000 online readers and social media followers.

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