A Nigerian professor and vice chancellor of Ahman Pategi University, Pategi, Kwara State, Mahfouz Adedimeji, has been awarded a global recognition as the ‘most Notable and Top Distinguished Educator of the 21st Century’.
The Golden Award was conferred on him by the International Chartered World Learned Society, a United States-based organisation, with offices in Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania.
He has also been conferred with the Life Fellowship of the Society (in the field of English Language), according to a letter addressed to him by Professor S. R. Boselin Prabhu, on behalf of the society.
While conferring the awards on Professor Adedimeji at Pategi recently, the World Grand President of the Society, UNESCO Laureate, Professor Bashir Aremu, noted that the recognitions were based on Adedimeji’s immense contributions to the global knowledge industry through English and Peace Studies.
While congratulating him on behalf of the society, Professor Aremu urged the award recipient not to relent in his efforts of adding value to humanity.
Aremu, who is the vice chancellor, Crown University International Chartered Inc, Santa Cruz, Argentina, described Adedimeji as a shining example of diligence, excellence and competence from whom the present and future generations will continue to draw inspiration.
While responding to the presentation of awards, Professor Adedimeji thanked the Grand President and the ICWLS board of directors for deeming him worthy of the honour.
He also expressed the willingness to leverage the membership of the consortium in achieving the tripartite mandate of his university through teaching, research and community service.
The International Chartered World Learned Society is a worldwide independent organization, self-governing, pan-discipline educational charity.
It provides expert scholars’ advice on a variety of public issues related to sciences, engineering, health sciences, arts, humanities, and social sciences.