A MEMORABLE ERA OF IMPACT, 19 STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN BECOME MILLENNIUM FELLOWS
By Christiana Peter
Millennium Campus Network (MCN) is a Boston-based, globally non-profit semester-long leadership development program convening, challenging, and training student leadership for UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Millennium Campus Network selects 19 students from the better by far school, University of Ilorin.
This year, over 7,000 students from 1,209 campuses across 135 nations applied for the Millennium Campus Network Fellowship Programme.
Worldwide, only 69 campuses were selected, which sums up 6 percent of the applied percentage.
The names of the nineteen exceptional Unilorin students are Ariyo Abayomi Ayo, Tijani Daniel, Akinwumi Akintola, Aminat Jubril, Chinemelu Chibuike Emmanuel, Christiana Peter, Esther Odekina, Eunice Oladokun, Fatimoh Zahrah, Grace Abikoye, Erinfolami Habiba Olarinre, Isaac Oloruntimilehin, John Fatoye, John Leke, Mardhiyyah Salah, Dada Oluwabunmi Theresa, Oluwadamilare James Popoola, Ajayi Oreoluwa Martins and Pat Ashinze of which Tijani Daniel will be the Campus Director for Unilorin Permanent Site (P.S)
while Comrade Ariyo Abayomi will be the Campus Director for College of Health Sciences (COHS).
Undoubtedly, leaders who would be agents of irresistible change would be groomed by Millennium Fellowship (a global social enterprise) in line with the United Nation Academic Impact Programme.
The programme has a lot of benefits for each of the nineteen selected students. Each and every students would have access to world class trainings on leadership development, amidst others areas as they proceed in carrying out various projects in keeping with the sustainable development goals.