Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Sen Ashafa urges UK varsity to include 'Tinubu's Politics' in school curriculum.

The senator representing Lagos-East senatorial district, Gbenga Ashafa, has urged the University of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom to dedicate an academic course to the study of the politics style of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

According to Punch news, Ashafa said this after the investiture of Tinubu as patron of the university’s Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership on Monday.

He said the institution, by doing so, would be able to inculcate the values of opposition politics in its students. Continue.......

Ashafa said, “I suggest that the centre should consider the option of studying his (Tinubu’s) methodologies of leadership with the ultimate goal of developing a curriculum on it. This, I believe, would prove immensely beneficial to future generations that would pass through the four walls of this institution.”

The senator, while congratulating Tinubu on his award, said the award was well deserved, adding that Tinubu had distinguished himself as a leader over the years.

He added that there was a need for the school to forge alliances with African personalities to broaden the school’s academic horizon.

He said, “I commend the university for carefully identifying and selecting the person of Asiwaju Tinubu, our leader, as the patron of the CAEL.

“Having had the awesome privilege of going through the curriculum of the centre and its mission, I make bold to say that the choice of Tinubu is perfect, being a colossus that has excelled in nurturing global leadership and entrepreneurship.

“For Africa to achieve its full potential, it must seek to forge ‘Africa-centric’ alliances with institutions like yours.

“Therefore, I urge the leadership and members of faculty of the centre to take full advantage of the depth and wealth of experience, which Asiwaju brings on board as the patron of the centre.”

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