Dipo Awojide promoted as senior lecturer at UK Business School, selected top voice on LinkedIn

Dipo Awojide promoted as senior lecturer at UK Business School, selected top voice on LinkedIn

Nigerian Dipo Awojide living in the United Kingdom (UK) has done his home country and family proud of him as he just got promoted in the higher institution he is working there in 2019.

Awojide, who is a social media influencer especially on Twitter, took to his LinkedIn and Twitter handles on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, to write how good the year 2019 was to him.

He revealed he was promoted and became a senior lecturer in Strategy at Nottingham Business School, UK. He added that he was also selected as a top voice on LinkedIn for 2019. He actually made the top 20 list on social media in the UK.

Dipo Awojide promoted as senior lecturer at UK Business School, selected top voice on LinkedIn

Dipo Awojide promoted as senior lecturer at UK Business School. Photo: Dipo Awojide on LinkedIn
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In a mood of gratitude, Awojide thanks God for his mercy, favour and grace while looking forward to greater exploits in the new year, 2020.

Sharing a photo himself in an academic gown, Awojide wrote the caption:

"In 2019, I was promoted and became a Senior Lecturer in Strategy at Nottingham Business School. I was also selected as a TOP VOICE on LinkedIn for 2019 (Top 20 in the UK ). Thank God for his mercy, favour and grace. Looking forward to greater exploits in 2020"

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