- Nigerian innovator, David Adeyemi emerges first African World Student Organisation appointee
- Adeyemi trounces 11,000 African candidates to become Nigeria Country Director
- The new appointee has record-breaking scores in all the assessments during the interview period
David Adeyemi, a creative Nigerian innovator, has emerged the first African appointee of The World Student Organisation.
Twenty-two-year-old Adeyemi was appointed as the Nigeria Country Director for World Student Organisation. The genius had defeated over 11,000 other African innovators to clinch the highly coveted position.
The young innovator had record-breaking scores in all the assessments he was put through by the organisation during the interview period.
The founder of World Student Organisation Dimas Satrio Pradhana said of Adeyemi: “His versatility swept us off the floor during our interview session and the entire World Student Organisation community is looking forward to his exploit and contributions."
Speaking further on Adeyemi's innovations, he said: “We have been watching his sustainability, community development, security and environmental projects and innovations for about three years now and we are really awed to see such an extremely talented and passionate young Nigerian interested in contributing to the development of his country in his own little way.”
Adeyemi on his part speaking after his emergence said: “I will be overseeing other African countries for a very short period of time because my primary goal is for Nigeria.”
The World Student Organisation is a Berlin-based body founded based on the concerns of youths towards rising and present global issues. It aims to build a bridge among students all over the world so as to produce solutions for these issues.
Adeyemi is expected to collaborate with social innovators and organisations across Nigeria as the country director for the World Student Organisation in Nigeria.
In another news, Legit.ng had reported that ImeIme Umana emerged as the first black woman president of Harvard Law Review in the last 130 years. This happened exactly 27 years after the former United States of America’s president, Barack Obama, became the first Black man to assume the office.
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