Tinubu congratulates Uchegbu on being elected president of Cambridge Varsity College


Ijeoma Uchegbu, a distinguished researcher and professor of pharmaceutical nanoscience of Nigerian descent who was elected president of Wolfson College, one of the University of Cambridge’s 31 colleges, was congratulated by President Bola Tinubu.

According to a statement released on Sunday by his spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale, this was the case.

The President praised “Professor Uchegbu’s extraordinary achievement and lauded her for serving as an exemplary representative of the nation and for her ceaseless endeavors to propel the boundaries of pharmaceutical science.”

Scholar Uchegbu was praised by him for “exemplifying the ingenuity, brilliance, and perseverance that are perpetually associated with the great Nigerian people abroad and at home.”

Although extending his best wishes to the professor, who was born in Nigeria, for her forthcoming endeavors, President Tinubu reassured Nigerians living abroad that his administration maintains its resolve to establish a resilient interface system that facilitates the exchange of ideas, encourages investment prospects, and fortifies diplomatic ties—all in accordance with his “4D Foreign Policy.”