Mon. May 23rd, 2022

The Institute of African and Diaspora Studies, University of Lagos (UNILAG), is set to reward Dr. Felix Ajiola with a grant of $1,000 for emerging the winner of this year’s Rahamon Bello Best Thesis Award.

The award was instituted last year by a former Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Rahamon Bello, for the best PhD thesis in Africa.

Ajiola’s PhD thesis is titled, ‘Cocoa Production and Rural Development in Idanre, South Western Nigeria (1900 to 1996)’, PhD (2021), University of Ibadan.

Though he currently teaches History at UNILAG, he obtained his PhD from the University of Ibadan.

The Deputy Director of the institute, Dr. Feyi Ademola-Adeoye, who announced this while briefing journalists in Lagos, said Ajiola defeated 23 others from universities in Nigeria and Africa, to win the coveted prize.

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2 thoughts on “UNILAG Lecturer Wins $1,000 for Best PhD Thesis in Africa”
  1. Good day, please how can I change my course to the one my points qualified for in this 2021 Jamb current admission going on. Thank you.

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