Listen to article
Senate Chief Whip and one of the aspirants for the president of the Upper Chamber of the National Assembly, Orji Uzor Kalu, has returned to his Alma Mater, Harvard Business School, United States of America for further studies.
He made this known through his verified Facebook Account, on Thursday night upon his arrival in the United States
The Senate chief whip whose first enrolment in Harvard Business School dated back to 1997, said he gained a lot of experience in those early years he studied Advanced Management Programme 153.
‘My first academic exercise in Harvard University was in 1997 when I was first admitted into Harvard Business School for studies. During the programme, I gained a lot of insights with a satisfactory exposure to the business and world economy.’
Read Also: Zoning Senate Presidency To S’East Will Bring Peace – Kalu
‘Today, I am glad to return to my alma mater-Harvard Business School. I’m taking a course called ‘Succeeding as a Strategic CFO’. To ensure I am best equipped to take advantage of this unique learning opportunity, I have prepared cases in advance of the programme.
‘I am confident the addition to the stock of my knowledge from this exercise will improve my service delivery to my constituents and Nigerians at large,’ he wrote.
Kalu had on Tuesday formally intimated to President Muhammadu Buhari of his intention to run for the position of Senate President stressing that allowing a southeastern become Senate President will bring peace to the country.
The former Abia State governor, who held a meeting with the president at the State House Abuja, appealed for support for the position to be zoned to the South East by the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
According to him, if the position is zoned to the region, it would stimulate peace in the country.
Kalu submitted that though the zone might not have voted for Senator Bola Tinubu, President-elect, at the recently concluded election, making him (Kanu) Senate president would bring peace and honour to the country.