Dabiri-Erewa Congratulates Imafidon on Appointment As Youngest Chancellor in UK


Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Hon.Abike Dabiri-Erewa has congratulated  Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, MBE on her new appointment as the Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.

In a congratulatory message, Dabiri-Erewa described the appointment of Dr. Imafidon as a Chancellor as well deserved going by her antecedents and her quest for success.

The NIDCOM boss said Nigeria is proud of the genius achievements of Anne-Marie, breaking records and setting unimaginable standards at her young age always that has earned her the prestigious assignment to continue to serve humanity.

Dahiru-Erewa while praying for Imafidon’s success and impactful tenure, acknowledged the receipt of her invitation to attend the prestigious Chancellor's installation slated for July 2, as a special guest of Dr. Anne-Marie Imafidon, saying it is a great honour to her.

She urged her not to rest on her oars by being a trail blaizer and continue to motivate others to be the best in all their endeavours. 

Imafidon, apart from being the youngest leader of a non private University and youngest scientist to become Chancellor of a multidisciplinary University, has now become the youngest Chancellor of a major University.

This feat she has attained began with her siblings when they joined the ExcellenceInEducation.org.uk mentorship program. A program that nurtures innercity kids. 

While there, she achieved global recognition as the youngest person to attain A-Level in computing and Mathematics followed by a scholarship at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA at a young age of 13. 

Dr. Anne- Marie in a statement said "To be welcomed to an institution that stands for the Common Good is one of the greatest honour of my life".

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