Felix Chawaza

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Betasha Felix Chawaza is an Insight Inventor, Fashion Designer, Researcher, Writer, Wikipage Expert and a Philosopher born on October 1st in Bosso Local Government Area Niger State Nigeria. He is from the Gbagyi Tribe of Niger State.

Felix Chawaza at environmental complex on the convocation day of his first degree at Federal university of Technolgy Minna Nigeria 1/2/2020

He holds a degree in Estate Management and Valuation at Federal University of Technology MinnaNiger State Nigeria. Betasha Felix Chawaza is the founder of Chawaza Designs and Chawaza Foundation Worldwide a foundation known for supportive, innovative and educative activities which he founded on the 11th of December 2019.

Chawaza Foundation


Chawaza has associated with many scholars and politians like Prof. Muhammad Bashar Nuhu, Arc. Abubakar Gomna Suleiman, Yabagi Yusuf Sani, Bello Bawa Buhari etc.


Certificate Year Presenter
B.Tech. 2019 Federal University of Technology Minna Nigeria
A City That Works 2019 The Nigerian Institution Of Estate Surveyors and Valuers 49th Annual Conference Lagos
Google Digital Skill Training For Africa 2016 Kinetic Associates/Google
City Growth: Issues and Challenges of Urban Sustainability 2016 The Nigerian Institution Of Estate Surveyors and Valuers 46th Annual Conference Abuja "" Unity "" 2016.
Young Catholic Students Of Nigeria 2014 St. Clement's Secondary School, Gbaiko Niger
Fish Farming 2013 Sasmal Galaxy Fish Farm Lagos

Research Works/ Studies[edit]

View all research works In March 2020 his undergraduate research project preprint on ResearchGate becomes the most read from his institution (Federal University of Technology Minna Nigeria).


Felix Chawaza loves reading, watching football and writing. He is a fan of Fc. Barcelona

Official Social Media Platform[edit]

Twitter: @iamchawaza
Facebook: Felix Chawaza
Linkedin: Felix Chawaza
Instagram: @iamchawaza



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