One of the Youngest PhD Holder: Meet 25-year-old Chiamaka Deborah Motilewa who bagged PhD at Covenant University (photos)

25-year-old Chiamaka Deborah Motilewa has been awarded a PhD degree at the Covenant University, Otta making her the youngest PhD holder to be ever produced from the University.

Chiamaka Deborah Motilewa is a graduate of Dublin Business School, Ireland(BA), University of Aberdeen, Econs(MA) and Covenant University where she had her Doctoral degree in Business Administration.

The excited young lady took to twitter to make the announcement.

The Jos-born erudite hails from Kogi State, although her mum is from Anambra state. She later moved to Lagos with her parents where she attended Chrisland Primary School Ikeja, and Chrisland College Idimu.

She then proceeded to Dublin Business School, Ireland where she had her BA(hons) in Accounting and Finance (2011) and an MSC(Econs) International Business, Energy and Petroleum from the University of Aberdeen, UK (2012).

According to information on the Covenant University website, Chiamaka is a lecturer at the Business Administration department of the university.

Her profile on the website reads:
Motilewa Bolanle Deborah is a versatile professional lecturer, researcher, business developer and project manager. She has positioned herself to meet increasing demand for quality in education, research and business development.
With over three years experience as a post-secondary lecturer, Motilewa has imparted business knowledge and character development in various post-secondary students.
Her research focus is on Corporate Social Responsibility, entailing how business organizations can gain competitive advantage in the highly competitive business world through strategic corporate social responsibility that is in line with the organization’s vision, mission and objectives.
She is the founder and co-coordinator of REEP Africa (Renewable Energy and Electrification Project, Africa), an organization promoting the use of renewable energy as a sustainable source of energy in developing countries.
She currently lectures: Introduction to business, International management, financial management, principles of management, research methodology, oil and gas marketing and analysis of business making decisions.
She is presently the secretary of special duties, and seminar and conferences committees in the Business management department of the University.

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