In Nigeria today, there are many challenges and difficulties that women face, from being given a lower status than men in society to the many health issues that can befall pregnant women. But despite these challenges, Nigerian women have been making strides in various areas of their lives! In this article, naijmobile.com will round up 4 Nigerian women who made Nigeria proud in 2022.
Famous Nigerian women 2022.
Tems is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and producer who has been making waves in the music industry. She is best known for her singles “Try Me” and “Damages”
Tems made Nigeria proud by winning ‘The Best International Act’ at the Bet Awards 2022. The 2022 Awards ceremony was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on 27 June.
Tems also won best the collaboration for her work with Wizkid on his track titled ‘Essence’
2. Tobi Amusan
Tobi Amusan is a Nigerian athlete who specializes in the 100 meter hurdles.
This year, Tobi Amusan made Nigeria proud by becoming the country’s first-ever world champion and a world record holder in athletics on July 24, at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.
Tobi Amusan broke the former record held by a Puerto Rican athlete, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn.
Tobi Amusan has had a lot of success in her young career. She is only 25 years old, but she has already made a name for herself on the international stage. She is one of the most promising young athletes in Nigeria, and she is sure to bring home more medals in the future.
3. Asisat Oshoala
Nigerian Super Falcon striker, Asisat Oshoala made Nigeria proud by winning the 2022 Confederation of African Football (CAF) Women’s Player of the Year, on July 21 in Rabat, Morocco.
4. Ese Brume
Ese Brume, Nigeria’s representative at the World Athletics Championship( Women’s long jump) made Nigeria proud this year by winning the silver medal in the competition with a final leap of 7.02 metres in, Oregon USA. The event took place on 25 July.
These women have shown that Nigerian women are strong and capable of achieving great things. We hope that their successes will inspire other Nigerian women to reach for their dreams and make Nigeria proud