A NIGERIAN business and management professional based in the United Kingdom, Trevor Uyi Omoruyi whose agitation compelled the Libyan government to pledge a review of its treatment of Nigerians, has won a major international award in the United States.
He is one of eight recipients of the ‘International Graduate Scholar Award’ conferred on deserving academics by The Organization, a prominent intellectual community based in the United States, in conjunction with the renowned ‘Common Ground Publishing.’
They will receive the awards tomorrow at the University Conference Centre, Chicago, Illinois during The Organization’s ‘Twelfth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change Management.’
Uyi is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Business and Management at the University of Salford, England after graduating with a distinction and receiving a Masters of Business Administration from the institution. He also has an MSc in International Business and Management from Sheffield Hallam University and a BSc (Hons), Accounting and a Certificate in Finance from London School of Economics and Political Science.