The United Nations Global Compact has extended an invitation to Prof. Bashiru Aremu, a UNESCO laureate and Vice-Chancellor of Crown University, USA, to join their team in the mission of establishing a strong movement of sustainable companies that will drive progress towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In a statement released by Sir Bieni Victor Emenike, the Executive Assistant to the UNESCO laureate, it was revealed that the Duke of the Kingdom of Atlantis in Singapore made this announcement.
Emenike stated that the United Nations recognized the significance of Aremu’s expertise and believed that his involvement was crucial in the creation of resilient companies and engaged stakeholders to advance the cause.
The statement reads: “CUICI VC while expressing optimism over the development on his invitation to attend the Global SDGs Leaders Summit in New York, commended the gesture, the initiative of the leadership of UN Global Compact towards the attainment of Agenda 2030.”
“United Nations Global Compact in New York had, in a letter of invitation to Aremu, stated that for more than 20 years, the United Nations Global Compact has built a global movement of sustainable companies and stakeholders.
“Now, we need leaders like you to take this movement to the next level. Please join us at the Leaders Summit of the UN Global Compact at the Javits Centre in New York to recommit and accelerate action on the SDGs.
Responding to the invitation, Aremu stated: “As one of the stakeholders in Global SDGs or Agenda 2030 attainment by all countries of the world, I must commend your invitation and initiative towards the attainment of Agenda 2030. I hereby urge all stakeholders to work towards timely attainment of Agenda 2030 or global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”