Dr Olumuyiwa Igbalajobi: Nigerian Man Living in Canada Appointed Chancellor of a University

Dr Olumuyiwa Igbalajobi: Nigerian Man Living in Canada Appointed Chancellor of a University

  • A Nigerian academician, Dr Olumuyiwa Igbalajobi, has been appointed a chancellor by a Canada-based online university
  • In a post he made on X, Dr Igbalajobi, a scholarship expert, said the appointment was from the Western Pinnacle University
  • Western Pinnacle University is a distance learning institution that offers a wide range of professional certifications, bachelor's and master's degrees

A Nigerian man living in Canada has been appointed as the chancellor of a distance-learning university. Dr Olumuyiwa Igbalajobi got the appointment from Western Pinnacle University, which is based in Canada.

Nigerian man appointed as chancellor by online university.
Dr Igbalajobi is thrilled by the appointment. Photo credit: X/@olumuyiwaayo.
Source: Twitter

In a post on X to celebrate the appointment, Dr Igbalajobi, an expert at Scholarship Carfe, said he is thrilled by the new job.

He wrote:

"I am thrilled to share my appointment as the Chancellor of Western Pinnacle University, a distance learning institution with global partners and affiliations. If you are considering bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees in business, science, and art from the comfort of your home, then think about Western Pinnacle University."

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On its website, Western Pinnacle University describes itself as:

"The prestigious accredited distance learning institute with global partners and affiliations. We offer a wide range of professional certifications, bachelor, master's, and doctorate degrees in Business, Science, and Art."

Legit.ng spoke to Dr Igbalajobi, and he expressed his happiness about the appointment. He also advised youngsters who want to be like him to stay focused.

His words:

"I am highly excited, and I look forward to helping the institution achieve its aims and objectives of providing educational opportunities for all."

He advised young people:

"It's important to identify what they are passionate about and don’t just follow anything. They should find their unique qualities and what their purposes are, pursue them with resilience and determination, and be open to exploring different opportunities."

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Reactions to Igbalajobi's appointment by Canadian uni

@bethellite04 commented:

"Congratulations sir. I hope the tuition fee is quite affordable, considering the current circumstances in the country?"

@jollertex said:

"Just in time, let me Google search for more details, I need a degree in science."

@Lordmayorx commented:

"May God almighty continue to be gracious to and uphold you bro congratulations."

@Macapellar_ said:

"Congratulations, sir on your new achievement, I'm eagerly looking forward to joining the scholarship masterclass."

@Sammiecrypt002 commented:

"Doki! Keep soaring higher! You deserved it, keep working! More milestones in Jesus name….Amen."

Lady becomes a permanent resident in Canada

In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian lady who relocated to Canada and graduated a year ago had become a permanent resident of the North American country.

The lady, Oluwakanyisola Onikoyi Deckon, has also bought two cars and a house after getting a job with the Canada Revenue Agency.

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In a TikTok video, Oluwakanyinsola also showed off an engagement ring, indicating that she may soon be getting married.

Source: Legit.ng

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