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KOKOnista Of The Day: Sultry Georgina Onuoha Is The Simple Definition Of Smart, Strong And Sensible

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Georgina Onuoha is a renowned Nigerian Nollywood actress and model who is shattering the belief that celebrities aren’t smart with her witty take on life and society.

Georgina Onuoha is a Nollywood actress, model, television personality and philanthropist. Georgina was born and grew up in Lagos state. In her family, Georgina is the fifth child of her parents’ children.
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Though she’s the fifth child of parents from Anambra State in the South Eastern part of Nigeria, she had her secondary education at Badagry Grammar School where she obtained her West African Senior Senior School Certificate.
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Thereafter, Georgina obtained an associate degree in International Law and Diplomacy, and a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies from Lagos State University.


Shortly after her graduation, Georgina left for the United States of America, where she bagged a Healthcare Administration degree at the Western Career College, Sacramento, California.Georgina proceeded to Trident University International, Cypress, California; where she earned a Master’s of Science in Health Informatics.

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While confirming that she’s super smart, Georgina is also an awesome actress who has made a name for herself. She joined the Nigerian movie industry when she was 10 years old.

Georgina rose to prominence in the ’90s and became a house-known name after featuring in different blockbuster movies.


She was nominated for best supporting actress at the Africa Movie Academy Awards and she has been publicly using her voice to call out injustice, inequality and marginalisation in the Nigerian society.

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