Samuel Oboh: Nigerian man who was first African to head 110-year old Royal Architectural Institute, Canada

Samuel Oboh: Nigerian man who was first African to head 110-year old Royal Architectural Institute, Canada

- Samuel Oghale Oboh, an architect and skilled communicator, is another Nigerian making the nation proud abroad

- A holder of two master's degrees in both architecture and communication, he was the president of the Royal Architect Institute in 2015

- Among some of the awards he has are the Professional Excellence Award in 2018 and Excellence Magazine Award for Leadership he got in 2016

Samuel Oghale Oboh, an architect born on March 27, 1971, is another Nigerian doing well in the diaspora. He has almost 25 years in public and private sectors.

In 2015, he was the president of the Royal Architect Institute of Canada (RAIC), making him the first African to lead the over 100-year-old professional organization.

He has two master’s degrees in both architecture and communication. He attended the Bendel State University (which is now Ambrose Ali University), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and University of Alberta in Canada.

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He is also a fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and was awarded the Professional Excellence Award in 2018. Two years before then in 2016, he got the Excellence Magazine Award for Leadership.

Samuel has served in different universities in many professional capacities, some of which are the University of Calgary, University of Toronto, University of Port Harcourt, Durban University of Technology, among others.

The Nigerian was also a chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects for seven years from 2000-2007.

Samuel is known to have a very effective skill in communication and networking that has benefited both him and his many clients.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nkechi Nwafor-Robinson is a versed individual in almost every sector of human endeavour.

She is an entrepreneur, author, a professional athlete and motivational speaker. The Nigerian woman also has 20 years of resourceful knowledge in IT and has held various positions in different known organisations.

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The Nigerian woman also has 20 years of resourceful knowledge in IT and has held various positions in different known organisations.

Some of the companies she has worked with are Rogers Communications and IBM. She presently works at TD Bank Group as an associate vice president of segment technology.

She got her bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics with a minor in computer science from Concordia University.

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