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OlooriKofoworola "Kofo" Aina Ademola, Lady Ademola MBE, MFR, OFR (née Moore; 21 May 1913 – 15 May 2002) was a Nigerian educationist who was the president of the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria and was the head of the women's organization from 1958 to 1964. She was the first black African woman to earn a degree from Oxford University, studying at St Hugh's College, and also an author of children's books. She was the first president of the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria, the first Nigerian graduate teacher in Queen's College, the first female member and later chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the United Bank for Africa, and a member of the Nigerian Scholarship Board.

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  • وتعني "الأميرة" كوفورلا "كوفو" آينا أديمولا، السيدة أديمولا الحاصلة على وسام العضو للإمبراطورية البريطانية (MBE) ووسامي العضو والضابط للجمهورية الاتحادية (نيجيريا)(MFR، OFR).(اللقب عند الولادة: موور، 21 مايو1931-15 مايو 2002) كانت عالمة تربوية نيجيرية وأول رئيسة في نيجيريا ورئيسة المنظمة النسائية من سنة 1958 إلى 1964. هي أول امرأة إفريقية تحصل على درجة علمية من جامعة أكسفورد وأيضًا مؤلفة كتب للأطفال. (ar)
  • OlooriKofoworola "Kofo" Aina Ademola, Lady Ademola MBE, MFR, OFR (née Moore; 21 May 1913 – 15 May 2002) was a Nigerian educationist who was the president of the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria and was the head of the women's organization from 1958 to 1964. She was the first black African woman to earn a degree from Oxford University, studying at St Hugh's College, and also an author of children's books. She was the first president of the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria, the first Nigerian graduate teacher in Queen's College, the first female member and later chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the United Bank for Africa, and a member of the Nigerian Scholarship Board. (en)
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  • Kofoworola Aina Moore (en)
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  • وتعني "الأميرة" كوفورلا "كوفو" آينا أديمولا، السيدة أديمولا الحاصلة على وسام العضو للإمبراطورية البريطانية (MBE) ووسامي العضو والضابط للجمهورية الاتحادية (نيجيريا)(MFR، OFR).(اللقب عند الولادة: موور، 21 مايو1931-15 مايو 2002) كانت عالمة تربوية نيجيرية وأول رئيسة في نيجيريا ورئيسة المنظمة النسائية من سنة 1958 إلى 1964. هي أول امرأة إفريقية تحصل على درجة علمية من جامعة أكسفورد وأيضًا مؤلفة كتب للأطفال. (ar)
  • OlooriKofoworola "Kofo" Aina Ademola, Lady Ademola MBE, MFR, OFR (née Moore; 21 May 1913 – 15 May 2002) was a Nigerian educationist who was the president of the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria and was the head of the women's organization from 1958 to 1964. She was the first black African woman to earn a degree from Oxford University, studying at St Hugh's College, and also an author of children's books. She was the first president of the National Council of Women Societies in Nigeria, the first Nigerian graduate teacher in Queen's College, the first female member and later chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the United Bank for Africa, and a member of the Nigerian Scholarship Board. (en)
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