- A Nigerian man, Olugbenga Shoyele, has climbed higher in the Canadian justice system as he became a court judge
- Olugbenga who finished from OAU will be starting his new role on Monday, July 12, few days after his appointment was announced
- Many celebrated him massively on social media, saying he is proof that Nigerians are hardworking and brilliant
A Nigerian man, Olugbenga Shoyele, has made his country proud abroad as the Canadian government appointed him as a court judge.
Many celebrated him
The successful man and newly appointed judge finished from Obafemi Awolowo University. He will be resuming his role on Monday, July 12.
Many Nigerians have taken to Facebook in their hundreds to commend his triumph. Many said that foreign countries are taking the nation's best because they offer better opportunities.
See the post shared on Facebook below:
At the time of writing this report, the post has gathered almost 300 comments with over 1,500 likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
David A David said:
"In Nigeria, only southerners you will be hearing making impact outside and getting appointment in offices in other countrries. Congratulations Sir."
Adamu Abdullazeezbako said:
"Congratulations to you sir,my lecturer at Faculty of law University of Jos, Administrative law Expert and Author."
Ezy Oluwatobiloba said:
"That's what you will get From the most educated tribe in Nigeria."
Patrick Bamidele said:
"Congratulations sir! The unction to function effectively in this new office is released upon you in Jesus name. The next appointment shall be greater than this in Jesus name. I rejoice with you sir."
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Another Nigerian got a big role
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Nduka Otiono, became the new vice president of the Canadian Association of African Studies.
He made the revelation on his Facebook page as he shared screenshots of the online meeting where the announcement was made.
In his new position, he is on the path to becoming the successor of the association’s new president, Professor Issac Brazie.