The University of Abuja has recognized one of its alumni, Toyin Oyekanmi for his contributions to youth empowerment and entrepreneurship development through his creative works.
Specifically, the institution acknowledged his work, a short film titled “Visibility Zero” as contributing to creativity and entrepreneurship development in the institution.
BN featured the inspiring short film in 2013. Watch it HERE.
Oyekanmi received an award of recognition from the Vice Chancellor, University of Abuja, Professor Michael U. Adikwu, as the institution’s Most Creative Alumnus for the year 2016.
Adikwu presented the award to Oyekanmi during the Graduate Empowerment Training Summit, saying that the movie has gone viral in the school and has inspired and stimulated the creativity and passion of the student body at large.
The Organizing Committee President, Graduate Empowerment Training Summit, Tayo Folorunsho said:
“We want to specially appreciate your short movie titled Visibility Zero and its value to employment. The movie has gone viral in the school and has inspired and stimulated the creativity and the passion of the student’s body at large”.
Oyekanmi was a recipient of the “Most Outstanding President” in the University during his tenure as TASA president in 2011. He was awarded based on his contribution to creativity and entrepreneurship development in the institution.