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Lagos Business School Alumnus, Aidenehi Okosun, Nominated Among top 6 MBA Executives in the World.....Reps Africa at Award



A young Nigerian man, Aidenehi Okosun was nominated as one of the top 6 promising, entrepreneurs in the world at the just concluded MBA awards which took place in the UK yesterday.

The awards ceremony took place at the prestigious One Great George Street. It is located between the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, in London, UK.

He represented top Nigerian business school,Lagos Business School-Pan Atlantic University at the award. Former presidential candidate and one of the most respected economists in Nigeria, Prof. Pat Utomi is one of the founders of the school.

Over 70,000 entries, from  over 250 reputable business schools all over the world were sent in for consideration in that category. It was however narrowed down to 6.

He was the only African nominated  alongside MBA executives from Denmark, China, Spain and India.

Aidenehi is a graduate of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria.
 He went ahead for his MBA degree program at the prestigious Lagos Business School(LBS) where he graduated top of his class.

The Association of MBAs is the impartial authority on postgraduate management education and is committed to raising its profile and quality standards internationally for the benefit of business schools, students and alumni and employers.
The association which is based in the United Kingdom,is respected globally and has been in existence for over 50 years.

The event was attended by Business School leaders and top executives from across the world for a splendid evening paying tribute to the best successes in MBA education over the past year.



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