Monday, June 7, 2021

UNESCO Laureate, Prof Sir B. Aremu Congratulates Ex-VC, Prof. Oguntola Alamu, Describes Him As A Good Leader in the Society

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Maryam Aminu, Abuja

H. E UNESCO Laureate Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu (World Acclaimed Distinguished Professor Emeritus ratified by UNESCO top up by UNN Nigeria CSER Malaysia MPRH Institute Iran WCU USA ICERE Argentina South America and others world wide) The Vice Chancellor, Crown University Intl. Chartered Inc. USA, Santa Cruz Province in Argentina, South America partners constituent campuses in Africa, Asia and Associates worldwide, has described the immediate past acting Vice-Chancellor of Osun State University, Professor Oguntola Alamu, “as a Good Leader in the society and an astute lover of peace, progress and development”,

The UNESCO Laureate made this comment in a congratulatory message dated 6th June, 2021 by His Director of Media and Publicity, Emmanuel

As stated below, “It is another year in the life of our World Chartered Learned Fellow in field of Mechanical Engineering of International Chartered World Learned Society, Prof Oguntola Jelil Alamu.

“Words are not enough to describe Prof Jelil Alamu , notwithstanding, permit me to felicitates an exemplary of a good leader, an astute administrator, a manager of resources and community developer, a prudent leader, an Outstanding Professor with a clear difference, an epitome of humility and above all a lover of peace, progress and development.

On behalf of International World Learned Society, I hereby Salute Former Ag Vice-chancellor of our Osun State University. Professor Oguntola Jelil Alamu, the Asiwaju Odo of Iwoland, Mayegun of Ileogbo Kingdom.

He is also the Otunba of Asa Kingdom, Oluomo of Igege and Jagunmolu of Ikire-Ile designate

My Dearest Professor Sir, your life is totally different as a Leader in our Society. I pray to God Almighty to give you very long life, Good Health, Prosperity and Future Success (Amen)

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