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Mini Documentary on The Life of Legendary Broadcaster Julie Coker

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Baba Epega discusses Julie Coker’s LifeBook .

Julie Coker’s life story is definitely one to remember and her nephew thought so too. Every life story of our authors is fascinating and provides an important insight into each family’s history. LifeBook is proud to have been involved in the private family autobiography of Julie Coker, former Nigerian television

The RC Foundation Update : September 2020 – Kids Marathon

Since the easing of lock down in May in Nigeria we have been organizing a small number of Kids Marathons in Lagos to keep spirits and fitness up among the younger generations. These have been on a bi-weekly basis. Here is an example of one back in May - Please see

80th birthday appearance at No. 10 Downing Street for Sickle Cell Awareness

  Chief Julie Coker wanted to amplify the plight of Sickle Cell sufferers during the Covid-19 pandemic, so a gathering of supporters was organised outside No. 10 Downing Street, London SW1 on July 25, 2020. On the occasion of her momentous 80th Birthday Celebrations, it was a good opportunity to

Grand Celebrations For Richard’s Mother Chief Julie Coker’s 80th Birthday

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Coronavirus: the Julie Coker Show

If you were an adolescent in the 1960s, 70s and early 80s, you probably know or have heard of Julie Coker. Till today, if your given name is Julie, people of that generation automatically add ‘Coker’ as a sobriquet. Though retired, Chief Julie Coker remains one of the shining lights