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First African Mayor inaugurated in Greenwich

 

Councillor Olugbenga Babatola was officially installed as the first African Mayor of the Royal Borough of Greenwich at a ceremony held in the Painted Hall, Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich last month. Councillor Babatola was born in Ibadan, Nigeria. He attended primary school in Lagos, going on to attend the Community Grammar School in Ibadan. He was enrolled into Oyo State College of Arts and Science, where he studied Mathematics, Economics and Government. He relocated to the United Kingdom in 1986 where he studied for a Diploma in Business Administration.

 

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