Nigerian UK diasora community leader and human rights advocate Dr Abbey Akinoshun paid a brief visit to NW5 Baptist Primary School, Ibadan where he completed his primary education about 38 years ago.
Dr Akinoshun made the visit during his recent visit to Nigeria. He seized the opportunity to thank the school for the solid foundation given to him upon which he has been able to build a career today.
Dr Akinoshun who contested for a Parliamentary seat during the last UK elections donated some chairs, desks, tables and benches for the pupils and teachers in fulfilment of a promise made during a previous visit to the school.
He thanked God for the opportunity given to him to show appreciation to the school that prepared him ahead of his journey in life.
Last week, Dr Akinoshun visited Ile-Ife on the invitation of the Student Union of Obafemi Awolowo University,Nigeria (Campus Connect initiative-CCI) as a Guest Lecturer, in his capacity as a Nigerian born British politician to deliver a lecture on “Bicameral legislature in a developing economy: burdens and benefits”.
CCI is a Nigerian student organisation established with the aim of building the platform for youths and future leaders to participate actively in the formulation and execution of institutional and governmental policies with the hope of making the society a better place for all.
According to a comment he posted on his social media page, Dr Akinoshun said “It is a great honour to be given such an opportunity to address and empower our future leaders. The public lecture was well attended by a good representation of students and other students bodies of the great institution.
After the lecture Dr Abbey was presented with a “WORTHY AMBASSADOR AWARD 2015” in appreciation of his enormous commitment and quality representation of Nigeria`s interest in the diaspora.
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