Saturday, April 26, 2014

Nigerian Girl Named Most Powerful 11-Year-Old In The World

Nigerian Girl Named Most Powerful 11-Year-Old In The World

Zuriel Oduwole
New York & Singapore based Business Insider, a leader in Technology, Money, Entertainment and 
Market News recently released its annual list of the Worlds Most Powerful 100 Individuals – one at every 
age from 0 to 100 years old and Zuriel, founder of Dream Up, Speak Up, Stand Up, Girl-Child initiative, 
was named the most powerful 11-year-old person in the world today based on being the youngest 
person to be interviewed by Forbes, Magazine.

Describing her, the business insider said, “Oduwole started the “Dream Up, Speak Up, Stand Up” 
program to inspire girls in Africa to achieve their dreams of an education, has interviewed a dozen 
presidents and prime ministers from all over Africa and  was named in December as one of the most 
influential Africans by New Africa magazine.”

Others who made the list include, 1-year-old Margaret Hager-Bush, Grand Daughter of George Bush, 
2-year-old Blue Ivy Carter, daughter of Beyonce and Jayz, 8-year-old Infanta Leonor in line to Spanish 
Monarchy, 15-year-old Malia Obama, First Daughter of the USA, 26-year-old soccer star Lionel Messi, 
29-year-old Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder, 31-year-old Kim Jung Un, North Korean Leader.
The 52-year-old bracket was taken by Barrack Obama, 58-year-old bracket by Bill Gates, at 60 
Chinese President Xi Jinping, at 66 former Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, at 77 years old Pope 
Francis, at 83 Investor Extraordinaire Warren Buffet, the Queen of England listed as the most powerful 
88 year old in the world and at 90 years old is President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe.


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