The May edition of the magazine, which aims to celebrate Nigerians at home and abroad, also highlights efforts by Nigerians in the Diaspora to contribute to the “Bring Back Our Girls” movement, and lauds some young Nigerians such as Saheela Ibrahim and Harold Ekeh, whose educational achievements have put them in the spotlight in the US.
The latest edition of Diaspora Quarterly features popular Radio and TV personality Tolu Oniru, who tells us about her journey from the UK to fame and success in her homeland. DQ also takes a look at the arts and culture scene in Nigeria, and we check out some tourism spots in the country.
The Editor in Chief of DQ, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa also wishes Nigerians well as we move into a new era of leadership, with President Muhammadu Buhari at the helm of affairs.