Muhammadou M.O. Kah is the Vice President of Academic Affairs / Provost and Professor of Information Technology and Computing at The American University of Nigeria.
Professor Muhammadou Kah completed his BSc, MSc, Advanced Diploma and Ph.D. at the Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, USA. He also holds an MSc in Financial Engineering from The George Washington University, a Postgraduate in Strategy & Innovation from University of Oxford, An Advanced Leadership Certificate from University of Cambridge and a Certified International Director and Certificate in Corporate Governance from INSEAD.
Previously, Professor Kah was Vice Rector (Vice President) for Technology & Innovations, Founding Dean and Professor of IT and Communications for the School of IT & Engineering at ADA University in Baku, Azerbaijan. He was also former Rector (Vice Chancellor) of the University of The Gambia serving for six years. He was the third Rector (Vice Chancellor) and 1st Gambian to provide leadership for the University of The Gambia.
In 2016, the University of The Gambia awarded him a Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) and in 2015, he was honored with an appointment as a Fellow of the Cambridge Judge Business School, in the UK. He also is the recipient of the 2014 President of The Republic of The Gambia National Leadership Award and National (Gambia) Merit Insignia awards (ORG) and (MRG).