Nigerian University Lecturer, Taiwo Isola, Wins Teaching Excellence Award in Niger Republic

A Nigerian university lecturer based in Niger Republic, Taiwo Isola, was among the 3 lecturers and 6 students of African Development University awarded for excellence in teaching, outstanding performance and commitment to the cause of scholarship in the Niger Republic based university. The Embassy of Pakistan in Niger Republic instituted the awards.

In his remarks at the event, the Ambassador of Pakistan in Niger, His Excellency Ali Ahmed Sirohey, noted that the Teaching Excellence Awards were given to the lecturers for their level of commitment and exceptional teaching skills. He further said that the students were awarded to celebrate their academic excellence and personality that made them outstanding members of the university community.

Ambassador Ali Ahmed Sirohey (Middle) with Awardees

The award event, held at the university campus on Friday 18th November, 2021, had in attendance the Ambassador of Pakistan in Niger, His Excellency Ali Ahmed Sirohey, the University President, Mr. Kader Kaneye, the Chief of Staff to the President, Fatouma Diallo, the Director of Global Advancement, Oyindamola Johnson, Embassy staff and other members of the University community. Isola is a Faculty Associate in the Leadership and African Studies programme of the university teaching across Law, Project Management, IT and Accounting.

African Development University (A.D.U.), the first not-for-profit university in Niger, has a mission to educate the most promising young people in the Sahel region to become ethical leaders with the requisite knowledge, skills, and commitment to create the future of their nations.

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