Tinubu’s Spokesman, Rahman Bags MBA In Foreign Varsity
Tunde Rahman, the media aide to All Progressives Congress (APC) President-elect Bola Tinubu, has earned an MBA from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom.
His first master’s degree was in communications from Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo.
Mr Rahman stated earlier this week on Facebook that it took him three years to complete because he had to balance studies and work.
“After 3 years of painstaking efforts–glancing through materials on Leicester Blackboard in between work, closing late nights only to resume at home behind the computer, attending lectures, masterclasses, and workshops, undertaking group or team tasks, reading, researching, sharing ideas, taking examinations, and occasional trips to Leicester–MBA from the University of Leicester is now in the kitty,” he said.
Rahman stated that he considered quitting several times but decided to persevere, and that the more he did, the more difficult it became.
“One, the lectures are conversational and interactive,” he wrote, highlighting the things he found remarkable about studying abroad. They want to understand and learn from your own perspectives and situations as much as they want to impart knowledge and let you in on new developments and trends through appropriate case studies.
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“Two, their processes are streamlined and structured to accommodate any situation or circumstance.” For example, because we were in the midst of election preparations on January 19 and it was too close to the February 25 poll, my certificate was mailed to me at no extra cost. To God be the glory, I received it yesterday in my home.”
Rahman stated that the education sector in Nigeria requires reform.
“We have a lot to do to reform our education, the curricular, the systems and processes, President-elect Bola Tinubu, the National Assembly, university authorities, teachers, and students all have a lot to do,” he said.