Kemi Amusan: Amazing moment 'Lady Kay' became president of Nigerians in Canada

Kemi Amusan: Amazing moment 'Lady Kay' became president of Nigerians in Canada

- Kemi Amusa is the president of the Nigerian-Canadian Association in Toronto, a group that gives support to its members

- In her manifesto, she said inter alia that she would work towards creating unity among members irrespective of their religious differences

- Kemi also said she would move the association forward from where she took control of it after she won her election

Nigerians are really shinning on the international scene. They are not only breaking new grounds, but they are also looking after their own.

Kemi Amusan became the president of the Nigerian-Canadian Association, Toronto, in 2019. After she became the president, she promised to move the association forward.

It should be noted that the organisation is to help the economic, social, and social development of its members. It also offers financial and social support to its members.

She promised to use her administration for the greater good of its members.

She promised to use her administration for the greater good of its members.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Wilfred Asuquo, a Nigerian living in the US, has narrated how he was able to break the stigma that is commonly associated with Higher National Diploma (HND).

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He said that he was able to graduate with an amazing 3.30/4.0 CGPA despite the fact that many took him for an unserious student because he was into school politics.

Asuquo said he had to go to a polytechnic because he could not afford the financial cost of attending a university, and not that he couldn’t get admission into one.

He even added that he had admission into three different universities for pharm*cy, medicine, and pharmacology.

On commenting on the bias between an HND holder and a university graduate, he said no one should ever allow that stop them.

Asuquo said he was able to break a career barrier without having to get a PGD as he became a trained commercial pilot. He said from that, he moved up to being a business and data analyst.

He, however, chipped it in that he got his masters through WES evaluation in the US.

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"With my HND certificate without PGD or prerequisites, I have broken boundaries from being a cabin crew to being a trained commercial pilot then transitioned to being a business and data analyst. Remember, I got my MSC by just WES evaluation in the US. How I did it…..you can also do it," he said.

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