Beroro Efekoro celebrates his 3 grand successes achieved in America

Beroro Efekoro celebrates his 3 grand successes achieved in America

- Beroro Efekoro, a 28-year-old Nigerian US legislator, has achieved three important feats in the United States of America

- First of all, his article was used as a point of discussion by 10th-graders

- Efekoro's completion of his first order of business in the House and his media invitation to talk about his election were the second and third achievements

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Beroro Efekoro, a 28-year-old Nigerian-born US legislator, has achieved three amazing milestones in the Western country. The first was that his article was used by 10th-grade students for their classwork.

To that, the US lawmaker said that he is very glad and honoured “to be discussed alongside the legendary Chinua Achebe”.

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The second one was that he completed his first legislative order as he joined other members of the House to vote Honourable Andrew Joyce as the chairman of the county legislature.

In 2019 also, Efekoro got a special invitation from ABC News to talk about his significant election and how it is a very important point of reference for the millenials.

Briefly.co.za gathered that it was earlier reported that he bagged the 10 Under 10 award from the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy of the State University of New York.

The college is composed of departments that ensure its mission on public policy. It should be noted that Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy of the State University of New York also provides support in key areas to the governments of New York and to the United States.

With his election, Efekoro became the youngest member of the 39-member House of the Albany County Legislature.

Efekoro beat his opponent, Bullock, with a wide margin to get a landslide victory. While the Nigerian-American had 256 votes, his opponent had only 99 votes.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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