“M.O Kah is an all round Academician to the core. He is keen in listening and assisting the young ones in his area. He directs appropriately where necessary. He can be a mentor to any serious IT student. He also command respect amongst his peers, the elderly and young ones. His indelible mark is left in Yola, where he established an ICT African centre which is a hub for ICT learning in the region now. Kudos to a great man.” — Toungos Mohammed, Lecturer at Adamawa State University, Mubi
“Prof. Kah established the African Center for ICT in Nigeria and I worked with him at the Socio-Techneupreneurship branch of the Center on technology and software development projects aimed towards the local community. In my experience, Prof. Kah has insightful and inspirational leadership qualities, and always strives to push individual potential. He is also very knowledgable in technology and entrepreneurship, and is a very articulate orator. It was a great experience working on various software projects with him, and he was able to build partnerships with various organizations who could benefit from these projects. He imparted in me the ideal of giving back to the community through technology, and I am very glad to have had his acquaintance.” — Hamman Samuel, PhD Student & Research Assistant at Dept. of Computing Science, University of Alberta
“Muhammadou did an amazing job as a founding dean setting up School of IT and Communications. He was able to put together a strong faculty body and align programs with the best industry standards. SITC attracted most of the students @ AUN. The laudable step for the community development was Muhammadou’s initiative to establish African Center for ICT Innovations and Training to provide Oracle and Cisco certification training to the community” — Sergey Butakov, Department Chair and Associate Professor, Information Systems Security and Assurance
“Dr. Kah was by far the most personable and enjoyable professor I had in the Rutgers MBA program. I am grateful for the time spent enhancing my information management skills while being challenged to broaden my perspective on new technologies. Thanks!” — Sean Pastic, Senior Director of Workforce Operations at Comcast Cable
“Professor Kah is an experienced Administrator within academia. My returning to Nigeria in January 2009 to work at AUN was largely due to his persuasive skills, encouragement and management skills. Professor Kah’s knowledge within higher education setting is second to none, and I am happy to recommend him as an exemplary individual who will be an assett to any organization.” — Peter Oriogun, Professor (Computer Science/ Software Engineering) at Lead City University, Ibadan, Nigeria
“Professor Kah is an inspiration and a role model for many young Gambians. He is somebody who many young people the world over look up to. We just wish him long life with good health in order to enable him continue inspiring our younger generations.” — Adama Jimba Jobe, Director of science and technology education at Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education
Prof. Kah is passionate about advancing the human condition by strengthening computing, engineering, science, innovation and IT education and higher education. He serves in many boards in banking (Zenith Bank-The Gambia) and higher education in The Gambia and Nigeria.