Nigerian Collins Onyeaji Honoured At The University Of Central Lancashire, England, United Kingdom.
Nigerian Multi-Talented Consultant and Serial Entrepreneur, Collins Onyeaji was honoured as a Scholar with the University of Central Lancashire, Preston in the United Kingdom.
The astute Consultant Collins Onyeaji, is the Founder and CEO of British AUC London and B Soccer Academy Manchester, a Multi Million Pounds outfit with branches in Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt Nigeria devoted to inspiring and connecting youths across Africa for International Study and Soccer opportunities in the United Kingdom, Europe and the Americas.
Collins Onyeaji also doubles as the Vice President of the Nigeria Bloggers Forum, an association of esteemed bloggers, social media influencers, e-warriors, content providers, brand ambassadors, and news trend planners; and also Co-Convener of UK-Aid a non-governmental organization with the drive to improve the life of youths through education, healthcare, youth empowerment and human right protection.
The University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom welcomed Collins Onyeaji and other fifteen Scholars and celebrated their achievements in a ceremony on Wednesday 6th November in Preston.
Collins Onyeaji and other Scholars were presented with award certificates in the University’s new, state-of-the-art Engineering Innovation Centre, before being addressed by Vice-Chancellor Graham Baldwin who expressed UCLan’s pride in welcoming such talented students to the institution. During the ceremony, the delegates heard from two earlier Scholars from the class of 2018, who spoke in glowing terms about their experiences so far and offered advice and encouragement to the newcomers.
Amongst the 15 scholars were students from India, Nigeria, Uganda, Montserrat, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Kenya and Zimbabwe.
In his words, Mr Collins Onyeaji expresses his gratitude to the University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom for recognizing his contribution in the education sector, and urge the Nigeria Government to give more attention to her educational sector.
“I want to thank God Almighty for making this moment possible. I also want to thank University of Central Lancashire for their contribution to the global educational space; and this has reflected at how they appreciate outstanding individuals over the years. I’m a beneficiary of their academic gratitude for excellence. And this for me will never go unnoticed. As a Nigerian, I want to urge the federal government of Nigeria to give close attention to our educational system, so it can readily accommodate millions of young Nigerians who are yearning for quality education.” Collins Onyeaji concludes.