- A Nigerian man, Abdulmajid Suleiman identified as Abdulmajid Bamalli on Twitter, has been nominated for a commonwealth award of excellence
- Suleiman shared the news on his Twitter page and revealed that it was an honour to be rewarded for his work in development
- The young man is an advocate for climate change and healthy development of children
Being recognised for playing a role in trying to better a broken society is always a thing of joy. Nigerian Abdulmajid Suleiman identified as Abdulmajid Bamalli on Twitter recently announced his nomination for commonwealth award of excellence for his work in development on social media.
The young man who is a known climate change advocate and for contributing towards the health and development of children in Northern Nigeria expressed gratitude that he was being honoured and recognised for trying to better the society.
Not only does it provide much needed validation, it also says that no matter what happens, those who choose to change the world positively are always being watched and when the time comes, they will be rewarded for choosing to be amazing human beings and for making the world a much better place.
Once, Suleiman spelled out his passion when he called the attention of social media users to the plight of a young sickle cell patient. He not only showed care but also supported by rallying up members of the Kaduna community to go visit the young boy.
Another time, he and a host of others visited a school in Kaduna state to enlighten students about climate and encourage the planting of trees.
Indeed, history will be kind to the likes of Suleiman.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about Norman Alexander, the first vice-chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, a very known physicist who contributed to the establishment of many commonwealth universities across the globe.
He was reportedly born in Mangapiko, a place in New Zealand, and was one of several children of his family. As obtainable in the pastoral days that he lived, he engaged in farm activities.
The scholar graduated from Auckland University with a first-class degree in Physics before he proceeded on a scholarship to study at Cambridge in 1930 for his PhD programme. On the expiration of his two-year scholarship, he had to sponsor the rest.
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