Prof. Adesugba bags another Doctorate degree as congratulatory messages pours in
As part of his commitment to find knowledge even in the farthest places, the Vice President responsible for Information a and Communication Technology (ICT), Prof. Adesoji Adesugba has been decorated with another Doctorate degree.
This latest award on him is from the California Southern University, USA.
Meanwhile, congratulatory message, the President of Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry ( ACCI), Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, CON, SAN described the award on Prof. Aseaugba as well deserved.
“I congratulate Prof. Adesugba for adding yet another feather to his colourful cap. It an honour well deserved and I thank him for all the labour and efforts he has injected into the program me.
“Our chamber is proud of him and would never stop tapping from his wealth of intellectual acumen as he continue to impact greatly on the chamber movement in Nigeria the people around him, the economy of the Federal Capital Territory and the nation in general.
“As the pioneer Provost of our training arm known as the Business Entrepreneurial Skills and Technology (BEST) center, he has introduced vibrant ideas that have taken the chamber to enviable heights. We felicitate with him on this award and wish him all the best in his endeavors”, Prince Kayode stated.
In his contribution, the Second Deputy President, Emeka Obegolu Esq said: “You are a Professor, a teacher and a good man. Congratulations on yet another giant leap. This is not just your achievement, as a Chamber, we claim the glory”.
To Mr. Peter Elosia (Elopee), “My Dear beloveth Prof., I just read about your additional feather added to your colorful rainbow cap. Feeding yourself with the food of knowledge to empower yourself to serve mankind and sustainable development of our beloveth Country, Nigeria is the BEST way to go. Keep the flag flying. Congratulations!”.
Meanwhile, an honorary council member of the chamber, Mallam Olawale Rasheed has described Prof. Adesugba as a shining star and role model praying his light did not go dim.