Posted by Sade Williams
Landover Aviation Business School (LABS) has produced yet another Best Performer in Nigeria in the September 2021 Diet of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Foundation in Travel and Tourism Course.
Miss. Oluwayemi Ogunsola, the best performing graduate, made a Distinction in the September 2021 Diet of IATA Foundation in Travel and Tourism Course and was also awarded IATA’s Overall Best Performer in Nigeria. LABS has consistently produced IATA Best Performers in Nigeria in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 as well as in 2020, which has affirmed LABS as one of the leading Aviation Training Centres in West Africa.
In addition, two students of LABS, Mrs. Angela Ajetunmobi and Mr. Theodore Ajetunmobi, who are coincidentally mother and son, also recorded outstanding performance of Distinctions in the September 2021 Diet.
The Executive Director Landover Company Ltd, Mrs. Aduke Atiba, said: “These achievements attest to the high quality of training provided at Landover Aviation Business School which is anchored by the seasoned Faculty of the School. LABS offers a conducive environment for learning and mentorship, leveraging on the practical expertise of the instructors.”
“I want to encourage the awardees to continue to strive for excellence which is a key driver of success in the industry and life in general. To participate in this reputable course and come out tops requires an excellent work spirit. This is a reward of hard work and excellent performance which is our trademark at Landover Aviation Business School. We are proud of your achievement,” Mrs. Atiba added.
Miss. Ogunsola expressed her gratitude as she thanked LABS and her family for her achievement.
She stated: “My love for the transport and tourism industry was the driving force behind my success; I like to be the best in everything I do and I strive to be the best. I will like to thank the LABS’ instructors; they were amazing and they made sure we understood every part of the course and I highly recommend LABS to anyone interested in exploring the aviation and tourism sector.”
Furthermore, Mrs. Ajetunmobi also attributed her success to the support provided by the LABS’ instructors alongside her determination to succeed.
“As the oldest in the class, there was a bit of pressure on me to succeed. This pushed me to study hard and I can’t thank the instructors enough because they went over and above all challenges to make sure we were well-taught and well-prepared for the exams. Their hands-on experience was really visible all through the learning process,” Mrs. Ajetunmobi added.
Mr. Tunde Adeniyi, the Business Manager Operations for Landover Company Limited, enjoined the awardees to continue to strive for excellence. He attributed the success of the students to the commitment and hard work of the instructors.