His wife, Shalewa, a civil engineer, didn’t stop at a bachelor’s, either. She went for her master’s.The same obsession with education runs in the Udeh household in Sugar Land. Foluke Udeh and her husband, Nduka, both have master’s degrees. Anything less, she reckons, would have amounted to failure.
“If you see an average Nigerian family, everybody has a college degree these days,” said Udeh, 32, a physical therapist at.. Read more on Author's website HERE