Adetomi Soyinka, regional director of Higher Education Programmes at the British Council in Nigeria, is among the notable Nigerians who have been recognised for their contributions to improving Nigeria’s educational landscape.
According to Vive Africa, a boutique marketing communications agency with a focus on education, the list was compiled from a wide range of thought leaders, bridge builders, and change makers who are influencing the direction of education and motivating the next generation through their extraordinary commitment and perseverance.
Included on the list are Adewale Yusuf, founder and CEO of AltSchool Africa; Temilade Salami, Chevening Scholar and founder and executive director of EcoChampions; and Dipo Awojide, Strategy Advisor at High Impact Careers.
Vive Africa works with regional and global allies to highlight the achievements of those making a significant contribution to Africa’s educational landscape.
When looking at market trends and gauging prevailing sentiments in the international education sector from the perspective of African students, its report on market sentiment and study motivations continues to be an invaluable resource.