Regina Daniels Left Fans Shocked As She Converts To Islam And Changed Her Name To Fatima (See Photos)

 

CCIMI Fully Funded PhD International Scholarshipsin UK, 2019

 

Ned Nwoko alleged to have converted Regina Daniels to MuslimRegina Daniels whose name has been trending on all social media platforms since the beginning of April has been reportedly converted to Muslim by his billionaire husband who has four other wives which includes a muslim from Morocco.

Ned Nwoko alleged to have converted Regina Daniels to MuslimRegina Daniels whose name has been trending on all social media platforms since the beginning of April has been reportedly converted to Muslim by his billionaire husband who has four other wives which includes a muslim from Morocco.

 

Ned Nwoko whose muslim name is Munir was alleged to have converted the naive actress and named her Fatima just after the news of her pregnancy went viral, this is according to the insider information obtained by this news platform.

The reason for the denouncement of her Christian faith is connected to the fact that she will be relocated to London where she would have her baby and the billionaire husband wants her hooked to the tenets of Islam

 

There are reports that the teen actress is 4-months pregnant for her alleged billionaire husband.The report disclosed that the actress is pregnant and that she is also currently regarded as the favourite wife of the billionaire.

 

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Brief description:

The Japan Foundation for UNU (JFUNU) Scholarship is available for outstanding applicants from developing countries who can demonstrate a need for financial assistance and who are granted admissions to the PhD Programme in Sustainability Science at United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS).

Host Institution(s):

United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)

Level/Field(s) of study:

PhD Programme in Sustainability Science

Number of Scholarships:

Limited

Target group:

Citizens of developing countries  listed in the latest OECD DAC list

Scholarship value/duration:

The scholarship provides a monthly allowance of 120,000 JPY for living expenses for a maximum of 36 months. Travel costs to and from Japan, visa handling fees, and health/accident insurance costs must be covered by the student. The tuition fees are fully waived for the scholarship recipients

Eligibility:

Applicants for the PhD in Sustainability Science are required to have met ALL of the following requirements by the application deadline in order to be considered:

1. Strong interest in sustainability studies;

2. Demonstrated commitment to study and understand global issues;

3. A completed Master’s degree in disciplines related to sustainability studies and a minimum of 2 years of practical field experience related to UNU-IAS research themes

OR Two completed Master’s degrees, at least one of which must be in disciplines related to sustainability studies;

4. A GPA of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale on at least one of the Master’s degrees earned; and

5. English language proficiency

Eligibility Requirements for the scholarships:

  1. Applicants must be from developing countries* who can demonstrate a need for financial assistance.
  2. Applicants who are currently living in Japan under a working visa are NOT eligible for the scholarship.
  3. Applicants who want to pursue a second PhD degree at UNU-IAS are not eligible for the scholarship.

Application instructions:

Applications are currently closed.

To apply, you must complete the online application form. Application deadline is 30 April 2019.

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) to access the application form and  for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

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