TEN YEAR OLD “ADAEZE OGECHI UGWU” LAUNCHES BOOK IN SOUTH AFRICA

TEN YEAR OLD “ADAEZE OGECHI UGWU” LAUNCHES BOOK IN SOUTH AFRICA

Adaeze Ogechi Ugwu was born on the 22 July 2008. She lives in South Africa with her parents and two brothers. Ada (as she is fondly known) is currently in Grade 4. She loves art, drama, music, and dance (Ballet and Hip-Hop).She continues to enhance her talent through extra-mural activities in school and private sessions. Ada enjoys playing with her brothers and friends, Some of her certified achievements area as follows:

October 2016 (aged 8) 70th Speech and Drama College (SA) awarded with Merit in Creative Performance – Creative 2 May 2017 (age 8) Royal Academy of Dance awarded with Merit in Graded Examination in Dance Grade 2 (Ballet) May 2017 (age 8) Trinity College London awarded Entry Level Award in Graded Examination in Music Performance (Entry 3) – Initial Piano September 2017 (age 9) Trinity College London awarded with Merit on Entry Level Award in Graded Examination in Speech and Drama – Initial Speech and Drama Her passion for colouring, writing and drawing was noticed at a tender age and since then she was nurtured with creative activities and books at home.

She wrote her first book The Duck Who Thought Couldn’t Swim at seven, amongst other books.

She, however, worked on publishing it at nine with an added poem. Ada loves animals

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