The Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka(UNN), on November 25, 2020 bestowed an “Award of World Acclaimed Distinguished Professor Emeritus” on Prof. Emeritus Sir Bashiru Aremu (Grand PhD, Dual Post Doc, D.Sc. PhD+).
The award ceremony, which was done during the Faculty’s International Conference held on the 25The of November, 2020, was presented by the Vice Chancellor of UNN, Professor Charles Arizochukwu Igwe, represented by Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academics, Professor Johnson Urama.
Speaking during the presentation done via Zoom, the Vice Chancellor, Professor, Igwe said the award was conferred on Professor Aremu in recognition of his numerous contributions to society.”The Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka(UNN), is conferring an “Award of World Acclaimed Distinguished Professor Emeritus” on Prof. Emeritus Sir Bashiru Aremu because of his numerous contributions to society.”
In responding to the presentation of the award, Prof. Emeritus Sir Bashiru Aremu, thanked the institution’s authorities for finding him worthy of being honoured.”I feel highly honoured to be decorated with such an award of that magnitude by an institution of learning in the mode of University of Nsukka, UNN,” he said.
But who is Professor Sir Bashiru Aremu?
Meet the World Distinguished Prof. Emeritus Sir Bashiru Aremu (Grand PhD, Dual Post Doc, D.Sc PhD).
The Osun State born UNESCO Laureate Prof Emeritus(on merit)Sir Bashiru Aremu is a principal officer all over the world at higher education institutions and held the following positions at various board of trustees: Pro Chancellor/ Chairman (President) Board of Trustees, Chartered Intl. Da Vinci University. Vice Chancellor, Crown University Intl Chartered Inc., and Vice President for International Affairs (Vice-Chairman International Affairs of Board of Trustees) at West Coast University USA.
He is also the Vice President International Affairs (Vice-Chairman International Affairs of Board of Trustees) Sastra Angkor University Kingdom of Cambodia; Deputy Director-General for Africa and Research Professor at International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, UK.