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Kate Anolue


Kate Anolue

Kate Anolue

Elected mayor of Enfield during the 2012/13 year, Ms Anolue was conferred with an honorary Freedom of the Borough in Enfield in April 2007. This is the highest tribute that can be bestowed upon someone who has rendered eminent services to the community and was awarded in recognition of her services that included being a local councillor for 12 years.

Chief Kate Anolue is the Founder of the Forum for African Women in Politics (FWAP) and former Mayor of the London Borough of Enfield.  She is also Founder & CEO of “TenderCare” a charity which carters for young teenage mothers and fathers, widows and lone women.   During her term as Mayor for the London Borough of Enfield, Kate raised funds for Sickle cell as well as young people leaving care and disabled children. Among her many awards, she is Winner of The Nigerian Watch Newspaper “Woman of the Year 2014” and Nigerian Centenary Award UK 2014.  She was also conferred with “Freedom of the London Borough of Enfield in 2007, for her community work.   Kate was made a Chieftain in her home town in Nigeria where was conferred with the title “Ada Jelu Mba Tulu Ugo”which means “Our daughter who went to a foreign land and brought us glory”.  Kate holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) and is a qualified midwife.

In May 2016, Chief Kate received the prestigious Women4Africa Recognition award

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