Wisconsin International University College was honored to receive the leading opposition leader and aspiring Presidential candidate of the Republic of Haiti, Dr. Nelson Noel.
Arriving in the company of some officials from policy think tank the Center for Greater Impact Africa with its Headquarters in Accra Ghana including its Executive Director Dr. Worlanyo and other dignitaries, the 44-year-old Nelson Noel took time to see firsthand how some of the much “talked about” state-of-the-art learning gadgets at Wisconsin functions.
The tour of the university took Dr. Noel to facilities such as the Law Faculty Moot Court, the Library, the IT laboratory, the new state-of-the-art Neurodiagnostic facility, the School of Nursing and Midwifery Skills Laboratory among others.
Elated by the level of investment and drive for quality practical learning opportunities offered by the university, the Haitian Presidential Aspirant in a discussion with the Chancellor of Wisconsin University commended the founder for his vision and contribution to the social-economic development of the entire African continent and the university’s role in shaping quality future workforce.
Dr. Nelson Noël aside from being an Aspiring President of the Republic of Haiti in the upcoming election also doubles as an entrepreneur and activist to save Haiti to establish another republic that will give all Haitians the privilege of rebuilding their country.
Other members on the team included Dr Chris Kpodar formerly of the United Nations, Mr Samuel Akoetey and Mr Prince Saviour Gankui, Director for Business Development and Technical Advisors for the Centre for Greater Impact Africa respectively who have all expressed satisfaction at the facilities of the university.