Sunday Ojochegbe Okutachi recently bagged his doctorate degree at the University of Luxembourg.
Sunday Ojochegbe specially celebrated this as it is quite uncommon for Nigerians to be done with their doctorate degrees at a prime age of 30. He jubilates by expressing his joy on LinkedIn and sharing beautiful pictures of himself, wife, child and other felicitators.
He regrets, however, that his father who died during his fifth month on the program, was not around to witness and celebrate with him.
In the pictures he takes to celebrate this magnificent feat, he is seen wearing a cap specially designed in a theatrical way representing his excitement through the colours and designs crested and embedded on it.
He bags a Ph.D in Cancer Biology and gets done with his program in just 3 years. Thus, this is no wonder he has a specially designed cap to depict this feat.
Luxembourg is a country in Europe bordered by Belgium, France, Germany and its capital is Luxembourg City. The official languages in Luxembourg are French, German and Luxembourgish with a people that are predominantly Christians.
The University of Luxembourg is a research institution, which is also multilingual, with a capacity to see to about 6000 students.
Recall that a Nigerian-born professor of sustainable business at the University of Edinburgh, Kenneth Amaeshi has been named Professor of Sustainable Finance and Governance at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy making him the first Nigerian to occupy the position.
The European University Institute was set up in 1972 by the founding members of the European communities “to cultivate high-level contributors to academics and policy-making who will shape social progress and the advancement of the European spirit.”
The newly appointed professor, a native of Imo State and a Chevening scholar, will oversee research and pedagogy on global south governance in the light of the EUI’s repositioning after the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.