A Kogi-born scholar in the United Kingdom, Dr Aminu Musa Audu has been nominated for the University of Liverpool Alumni award.
This is contained in a letter to the recipient by Anita Irving, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement and Regular Giving, University of Liverpool United Kingdom.
The letter indicated that Audu’s choice from many entries was arrived at after a meticulous screening.
It said that Audu’s research in Community Policing was a contributory factor for his selection for the award.
”We received an incredibly high standard of nominations for this year’s awards. The level of talent, dedication and ambition of our alumni is a credit to the University of Liverpool, and we have a firm belief that each of our alumni are making important contributions to our community, academic fields and the greater world around us.
“The University of Liverpool Alumni award will be conferred on him later this year in the UK.
”Dr Aminu Audu is a Kogi born Nigerian whose academic exploits in Community Policing has been commended by various institutions as capable of engendering a peaceful society,” it said.
According to the letter, the award ceremony will hold on 14th October, 2023 at Yoko Ono Lennon Centre.
The University of Liverpool Alumni Award was established to celebrate the University global Alumni community members who have distinguished themselves in their fields.
This include in terms of impacting lives positively on locals, nationally and internationally.