Abiola Orimolade, who is an alum of the Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile-Ife, Osun State, settled on a groundbreaking choice in 2017 to leave the shores of his nation in quest for further instruction in a nation he was unsure about.
He was conceded in Spring 2018 into the MBA program at Sul Ross State University in the United States, a foundation as of late recorded by Niche as a standout amongst the best state funded colleges in Texas.
Abiola’s significant want was to get inside and out preparing in Business and Management, so as to help take his developing start-up brands, BlackNBold Fashion House and the Nigerian Student Fashion and Design Week to the following dimension.
The Nigerian Student Fashion And Design Week which he established in 2013 is the main unmistakable style grandstand stage for finding new style gifts in Nigeria; the occasion in its seventh release has advanced more than 300 developing design brands and simply a year ago, he worked together with African Fashion Week Houston by bringing one of the prize victors from his NSFDW occasion to exhibit in Houston. He was perceived in the UK in 2017 as one of the best five style advertisers in Nigeria.
He is the main International understudy among the 13 inductees who were accepted on the 29th of April 2019 into the Delta Mu Delta privileged society, making him the second Nigerian in the historical backdrop of the University to be drafted into the lofty society.
Delta Mu Delta is a universal respect society that perceives scholarly greatness in Baccalaureate, Master’s, and Doctorate certificate Business Administration programs at Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)- certify schools.
It was established November 18, 1913 by the Dean from Harvard University and four educators from Yale University and New York University.
Soon thereafter, Abiola was additionally perceived amid the distinctions conference for being the most exceptional MBA understudy at the college with a 4.0 GPA setting a totally different record as a worldwide understudy in the college.