PMB Felicitates Prof. Ibeh On His Appointment

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Professor Kevin Ibeh

 

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated Professor Kevin Ibeh on his appointment as Commissioner of the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission.

His congratulatory messages are contained in a press statement released by Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President on Media & Publicity.

The President believes that the well-deserved appointment is an attestation of Prof Ibeh’s vast knowledge, hard work and experience, which have earned him respect in academia.

He said:

“As a former Commonwealth Scholar, the President believes that Professor Ibeh will bring his in-depth knowledge and track record in international development and higher education to bear on his new position of responsibility”

“He is confident that the Nigerian-born scholar will bring fresh perspectives to his new position, joining other commissioners in promoting the objective of the Commission in ensuring opportunities for exceptional students and mid-career professionals to study in the United Kingdom”.

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