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Charterhouse, UK’s Esteemed Institution, Expands to Africa with First School in Lagos, Nigeria (Photo)

L-R: Director of Communications, Admissions and Marketing, Damilola Olatunbosun; British Deputy High Commissioner, Jonny Baxter; Secretary to the Lagos State Government, ‘Bimbola Salu-Hundeyin; Head, Charterhouse Lagos, John Todd; Chief Operations Officer, Charterhouse Lagos, Angela Hencher, and President of the Nigerian Old Carthusians (former students) Community, Mr Timi Austen-Peters, during the launch and press conference of Charterhouse Lagos, British 400-year-old iconic educational institution’s first school in Africa, on Tuesday, September 5, 2023.

L-R: Director of Communications, Admissions and Marketing, Damilola Olatunbosun; British Deputy High Commissioner, Jonny Baxter; Secretary to the Lagos State Government, ‘Bimbola Salu-Hundeyin; Head, Charterhouse Lagos, John Todd; Chief Operations Officer, Charterhouse Lagos, Angela Hencher, and President of the Nigerian Old Carthusians (former students) Community, Mr Timi Austen-Peters, during the launch and press conference of Charterhouse Lagos, British 400-year-old iconic educational institution’s first school in Africa, on Tuesday, September 5, 2023.

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