- Five Points Youth Foundation Inc has appointed Shola Agboola as a goodwill ambassador in the United States
- The Nigerian promised to keep making viable contributions to both his local environment and the rest of the world
- Agboola was grateful for the recognition the organisation gave him through the appointment
The effort of another Nigerian in the international community has been recognized as Shola Agboola was appointed a goodwill ambassador in the US.
The appointment was made by an organization called Five Points Youth Foundation Inc. In sharing the news on his Facebook page, Agboola said that he is “grateful and will never take this honour for granted”.
He also said he won’t stop on his oars in continuing to make impacts in his environments and across the world.
The Nigerian thanked President Andrew Williams Jr and other ambassadors for his “inclusion into the United Nations Global Compact Network.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians are not only performing well in their schools abroad, but they are also doing well at the helms of political affairs in their various institutions.
Chukwudi Kosi Ezenyi, a 24-year-old, aced it in politics abroad as he became the first black student president of the University of Plymouth in the UK, NewsMakers reports.
He set the record by beating two other British citizens during the election to put a stop to the 28-year white domination in the school’s students union government.
Ezenyi polled whopping votes of 1817 out of the overall 3412 to defeat Jennike Smye and William Styles with 925 and 631 votes respectively.
An indigene of Anambra state from Nnobi in Idemili local government, he passed the required number of votes of 1706 to secure the coveted seat.
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The Nigerian already had two degrees and only studying for his masters in operations and supply management in the school.
Ezenyi said that he was very certain he would win because he had a good campaign team to pull it off.
He added that he had gathered enough experience as the vice president of the same union. He further advised black students in the school to broaden their horizons and avoid a life of crime.
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