A Nigerian honored with seven awards at American Varsity

National Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that  Olu, the son of Bukun-olu Onemola, Nigeria’s Deputy Ambassador at the United Nations in New York, and a graduate of Political Science at Lehman, received the distinguished “Golden Key’’ award, otherwise referred to as International Honour Society, an academic honour society for high-achieving scholars.

He also collected the Pi Sigma Alpha, National Honour Society in Political Science, and The Jacob Hammer Memorial Prize in English which is awarded to a student leading in theatre performance.
He also won the Edgar Dawson Prize in Political and Legal Theory which is an award to the outstanding Political Science graduate with the strongest portfolio of political and legal essays.
Onemola also received the CUNY Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence in Leadership Award, and he similarly received the Cum Laude award.

While speaking with NAN on the awards, Onemola said they had inspired him to continue to thrive in all his endeavours, regardless of any obstacles that might stand on his way.

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