Nigerians abroad have once made us proud as they continue to excel everywhere.
Meet Professor Charles Egbu who is the first black professor to be appointed a Vice-Chancellor in the United Kingdom.
He got this great achievement following his recent appointment as the Vice Chancellor of Leeds Trinity University in the United Kingdom.
He's expected to resume on the 1st of November, 2020.
Below are lovely photos of Professor Charles Egbu who achieved this great feat
Professor Charles Egbu hails from Abatete in Idemili North LGA of Anambra state.
In his reaction, Prof. Charles Egbu showed excitement on his appointment and said he's honored to Join Leeds University.
He also said that the University has a good record track in learning, teaching and employability.
Professor Charles Egbu has over 25 years of experience in the academic field. He has written over 12 books and has made contributions in more than 350 publications.
We are very happy for Professor Charles Egbu on his great achievement.
The Igbos are also very proud of him as he's also an Igbo.
Igbo Amaka! Congratulations Professor Charles Egbu.
Be kind enough to type Congratulations Below.
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