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Kingdom Oguibe

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05/28/2020 - 10:49am
Kingdom Oguibe
World travel also entered the picture when Oguibe spent a week in China participating in the 2014 International Youth Organization Forum and Beijing Sister City Youth Camp.

A 2013 Menchville High School graduate, Kingdom Oguibe is driven by a unique circumstance. He lives in Newport News while his parents, Samuel and Goodluck Oguibe, and his three sisters live in their native Umuahia, the capital city of Abia State in southeastern Nigeria. Having lived several years in Hampton Roads, his parents went back to Nigeria so their children could learn about the country first-hand. They allowed Oguibe to return to Hampton Roads the summer after he completed 10th grade.

Oguibe is a science major at Thomas Nelson. He has volunteered at a community hospital and held both work-study and part-time jobs. World travel also entered the picture when Oguibe spent a week in China participating in the 2014 International Youth Organization Forum and Beijing Sister City Youth Camp.

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