Barewa College and Bride of the Sun

Barewa College is a college in Zaria, Kaduna State, northern Nigeria. Founded in 1921 by British Governor General Hugh Clifford, it was originally known as "Katsina College." It switched its name to "Kaduna College" in 1938 and then "Government College, Zaria" in 1949 before settling on "Barewa College." It is one of the largest boarding schools in Northern Nigeria and was the most celebrated post primary school in Northern Nigeria up to the early 1960s. The school is known for the large number of elites from the region that passed through the school's academic buildings and counts among its alumni, five of whom were at one time Nigerian Heads of State including the late president Umaru Musa Yar'Adua.

Memorable names of the dormitories include: Bello Kagara House, Luggard House, Clifford House, Dan Hausa House, Mallam Smith House, Nagwamatse House, Bienemann House, Mort House, and later Jafaru House and Suleiman Barau House, which were previously called New House A and New House B during their construction. These dormitories housed up to a thousand pupils at any one time, within the vast landscape east of Tudun Wadda. Notable alumni

Notable alumni of Barewa include: Iya Abubakar, mathematician and politician Shehu Abubakar, Emir of Gombe (1984-2014) Abdulkadir Ahmed, Governor of the Central Bank Ibrahim Mahmud Alfa, Governor of Kaduna State Jubril Aminu, professor of cardiology, and former Nigerian Ambassador to the USA Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Prime Minister of Nigeria Afakriya Gadzama,Director general SSS Ahmadu Bello, Premier of Northern Nigeria Adamu Ciroma, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria Ibrahim Coomassie, Inspector General of the Nigerian Police Ibrahim Dasuki, Permanent Secretary, Northern Nigerian Ministry for Local Government Umaru Dikko, minister for Transportation Professor Mohammed Abubakar Gulma, two (2) times president of the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), graduate of Department of Electrical Engineering ABU, Zaria with 'first class' honours. Also the best mathematics student at the King's College, University of Cambridge. Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, Minister for Abuja Federal Capital Territory Yakubu Gowon, Military ruler of Nigeria Idris Legbo Kutigi, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Nigeria Murtala Mohammed, Military ruler of Nigeria Shehu Shagari, President of Nigeria Suleiman Takuma, journalist and politician Umaru Musa Yar'Adua, President of Nigeria Kabiru Abubakar Gulma, pharmacist, writer, author and public health practitioner.

Bride of the Sun and Barewa College

Bride of the Sun (Hangul: 태양의 신부; RR: Taeyangeui Shinbu) is a 2011 South Korean television series starring Jang Shin-young, Jung Eun-woo, Han Jin-hee, Yeon Mi-joo, and Song Yoo-ha. The morning soap opera aired on SBS on Mondays to Fridays at 8:40 a.m. from October 24, 2011 to March 30, 2012 for 112 episodes.

The story is loosely based on Jang Eun-young, a Miss Korea runner-up turned KBS news announcer who made headlines in 1999 when she married former Dongah Group chairman Choi Won-suk who was 27 years her senior; it was his third marriage. Jang and Choi divorced in 2010.

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Kim Hyo Won, a simple girl with a pure heart, is working hard to get her family out of poverty.Because of her family's financial struggles, Kim Hyo-won (Jang Shin-young) leaves her boyfriend Choi Jin-hyuk (Jung Eun-woo), and marries Lee Kang-ro (Han Jin-hee), a wealthy man old enough to be her grandfather. She works as an executive at her new husband's resort, and gets along well with everyone. Despite this, she has difficulty adjusting to her new life, since her stepdaughter resents her and she doesn't get along with her in-laws and Kang-ro's ex-wife. Her stepdaughter dates Choi Jin-Hyuk and is jealous of Kim Hyo Won. Along the journey, Hyo Won adjusts and becomes a more headstrong, complicated girl, and it seems like she is never going back to the girl she was before.

Jin-hyuk was raised by adoptive parents in America and became successful in the hotel business. But he's never forgotten watching his biological parents die in a fire when he was five years old. When he learns that Kang-ro was responsible for his parents' death, he decides to take his revenge. Jin-hyuk plans on taking away everything from Kang-ro, including Hyo-won, whom he still loves. Cast Jang Shin-young as Kim Hyo-won Jung Eun-woo as Choi Jin-hyuk Han Jin-hee as Lee Kang-ro Maeng Sang-hoon as Kim Hak-gu Moon Hee-kyung as Gong Kyung-sook Yeon Mi-joo as Lee Ye-ryun Kim Chung as Jung In-sook Bang Eun-hee as Im Mi-sun Song Yoo-ha as Baek Kyung-woo Son Byung-ho as Park Tae-ho Park Seul-ki as Eun-jin Yeom Ji-yoon as office head Hwang Kang Han-byul as Kim Yoo-min
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