Ibraheem Adebanjo Oluwanifemi

UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT IBRAHEEM ADEBANJO OLUWANIFEMI, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.

Lagos State University l Lagos, Nigeria l Advancing SDG 17 and UNAI Principle 9

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“I am overwhelmed to be honoured as a millennium fellow and I am certain this honour will be bring me closer to achieving the SDGs as it is my immediate sole priority.”

Millennium Fellowship Project

The Sustainable Development Goals Awareness Campaign Tour at Lagos State University Cohort (SDGsACT LASU) is an organization aimed at propagating the SDGs on campus and its implementation as it is needed in the university’s community. SDGsACT centers on all the global goals with much focus and energy dissipated through the fellowship programs on goals 3,4,6,13 and 17 through our Drug Abuse Campaign(3), Excelminds Online Video Tutorials(4), Clean LASU day(6), Environmental Conference (13) and SDGsACT Colloquium (17) in the next four months. The SDGsACT team hopes to achieve a world of total sustainability where present development wouldn't compromise future proceedings thus supporting UNAI principle no. 9.

Ibraheem is a student of Lagos state university currently studying microbiology. He hopes to become a medical practitioner to amass success and wealth in the profession. He is inspired by the words of the incumbent vice-president of Nigeria: “I have learnt that success is more easily attainable than greatness. But I think that the path of greatness is self-sacrifice for the Goodness of others" -professor Yemi Osinbajo. This words changed his passion, goal, and behaviour. It motivated him to think that the thought of self sacrifice will bring about success and greatness. Ever since, he joined the SDGs movement in his school and he is currently a faculty coordinator. In addition, his priority now is to become medical practitioner to accomplish the Goal 3 of the SDGs.

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