Super Eagles forward, Taiwo Awoniyi, has bagged a degree in Business Management from Buckinghamshire New University, Wycombe, United Kingdom.
- Super Eagles Striker Taiwo Awoniyi Bags Degree at UK Varsity.
- He bagged the degree few days after his Super Eagle teammates, Wilfred Ndidi also got done with a diploma at UK Varsity
Super Eagle striker who goes by the named Taiwo Awoniyi has set a unique academic record after bagging a degree in Business Management from Buckinghamshire New University, Wycombe, United Kingdom.
The Super Eagles forward, Taiwo Awoniyi who play for a newly promoted Premier League Club Nottingham Forest has started preparing for life after football as he bagged degree at UK Varsity.
The 25-year-old Nigerian forward bagged the degree a few days after his fellow in the Super Eagles and Leicester City defensive midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi also got done with a business and management diploma.
The popular European-based Nigerian sports journalist, Ojora Babatunde, took to Twitter to celebrate the Nottingham Forest player, for his exceptional academic achievement.
The Nigerian sport journalist, Babatunde tweeted, [quotation] “Super Eagles forward, Taiwo Awoniyi @taiwoawoniyi18, bags a degree in Business Management, from Buckinghamshire New University, Wycombe.
“Man preparing for life after football. Congratulations Big Awo.” [/quotation]
He shared a beautiful photo of the player in a graduation gown.
Nigerian congratulate Taiwo Awoniyi for bagging the degree despite having limited time in UK. See some comments below;
Jacob Kenny Idowu wrote :
[quotation]Congratulations my dear brother. You are very wise. Education is the bedrock and the game changer.[/quotation]
Callistus Cally Bunke Nwabuikwu stated :
[quotation]Fair play to him. He’s not distracted by the huge amount of money he earns to not develop himself further. Good example for all of us.[/quotation]
Danjuma Nugget wrote :
[quotation]The environment there permits u to study even if u have a ‘limited’ time. Congratulations Taiwo,may God have mercy on Nigeria.[/quotation]