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The World Congress of Comparative Education Society (WCCES) conference taking place in Beijing China, has admitted Nigeria into the world body. The special membership committee recommended Nigeria to the World body and the Executive committee unanimously approved Nigeria’s membership, as the third African country to join the organisation after South Africa and Egypt.
Prof. Victor Kobayashi Emeritus Professor, university of Hawaii and President of CIES 2006 with Prof Steve Azaiki at the 2016 CIES Conference in Vancuover Canada
Prof. Victor Kobayashi (president CIES 2016), Prof Steve Azaiki and Prof David Turner at Vancouver for CIES conference
L-R: Dr, Carlos Alberto Torres (former WCCES president 2014 , Professor Otsuka Yutaka, past president of the Japanese Society of Comparative Education; Torres, Professor Shoko Yamada, Nagoya University; and Arnove. (WCCES Membsrship committee)
Congratulating the president of the International Society of Comparative Education, Science and Technology Nigeria (ISCEST), Prof. Steve Azaiki and members, WCCES said it is a big achievement for Sub- Saharan Africa and Comparative Education in Africa because of Nigeria’s population and potentials.
Prof Steve Azaiki and Prof Zehlia Babaci-Wilhite at the CIES conference vancuover in March 2016
Prof Adebiyi Daramola; VC FUTA, Amb. Valerii Aleksandruk; Ukranian Ambassador to Nigeria, Prof Steve Azaiki; Iscest Chairman and Prof. Humphrey Ogoni VC Niger Delta University
Former Consular General of Ukrainan Embassy; Mykola Samosvatov and Ukranian Ambassador Valerii Aleksandruk at ICSEST 2015 Conference in Yenagoa
Responding, Prof Azaiki said Nigeria can take its rightful place in the world body and contribute meaningfully to globalised world Education.
Congratulations to our members and the Nigerian Nation he said !