An American University has denied naming the Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, as a visiting professor.
The East Carolina University (ECU) said the letter Mr Ganduje got from a private from its staff was unapproved by the fitting authorities.
The university expressed its official position during a letter shipped off the Kano governor.
It was prior reported that the representative of the govornor, Abba Anwar, told columnists in Kano on Tuesday that the governor’s arrangement was contained during a letter shipped off him by the varsity through Victor Mbarika, an educator of International Center for IT and Development at East Carolina University College of Business on November 30.
The university affirmed that Mr Mbarika was its employee yet said he had no position to form such arrangement.
Mr Ganduje was said to possess been chosen due to his “achievement in great administration and authentic interest in human resources advancement.”
The governor representative likewise cited the letter as saying that “Ganduje’s decision may be a portrayal of close observing of his accomplishments as a governor over the foremost recent few years, Which ultimately acquired him worldwide acknowledgment and acclamation.”
“You are a wellspring of inspiration to the Nigerian adolescents both reception and within the diaspora on the loose.
We are stunned at your achievements both because the Executive Governor of Kano State, Nigeria; Fellow, National Association of Educational Administration and Planning, Nigeria; and your interest in Human Capital Development.
“Taking a gander at your scholarly, managerial, and usually speaking authority record in Nigeria and Africa, you fit completely in East Carolina University’s objective to remain a main examination and showing establishment within the us and past”, the assertion cited the letter as saying.
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