Adaeze Tess Uzokwelu was born in Sweden and moved with her parents and siblings to Reading 8 years ago.
She is 10 years old and a pupil at Loddon Primary School Earley Wokingham Borough District. She is currently in Year 6 and getting ready for an admission into secondary school.
Adaeze has won several awards at her school for her writing skills. She is an avid reader of books and has read virtually all of the books in her school Library. For her, a day gone without reading a book is a day not well spent.
She also writes short stories and poems.
She believes that the world should be made a better place for children so that they can make their own contribution to humanity. Like she says, a world without children would be very boring and is better left unimagined.
Adaeze is very proud of her very cute voice and is a member of her school choir. She has participated in several singing competitions and believes her good voice would one day win the XFACTOR competition anytime she makes up her mind to compete.
On Sunday the 10th of December, Adaeze was honoured as one of the winners of THE AFRICA4U AWARDS FOR AFRICANS IN BERKSHIRE 2016.
The Award was presented by Founder of AFRICA4u, Tony Tokunbo Eteka Fernandez
Tony has organised Africa4u Award Initiatives in The UK, The U.S.A, Germany, Holland, Eastern Europe and Nigeria