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Obey lauds Adenuga over Ghana’s award

Following the award conferred on the Chairman of Globacom Limited, Dr Mike Adenuga Jr. by Ghana president John Mahama, music icon, Evangelist Ebenezer Obey-Fabiyi, has congratulated the business mogul, noting that the recognition is a worthy honour and a confirmation that he is competent in transforming not only Nigeria, but Africa and the entire globe.

Obey told R that the award reflected the commitment of Adenuga to the growth and development of telecommunication across Africa by providing employment to many youths in sports, culture, entertainment, , among others.

He said that, “The highest national award tagged: ‘The Companion of the Star Ghana (CSG),’ is a testament that Dr Adenuga is a proud nationalist, philanthropist and a prudent businessman. I am confident that this recognition will enhance his desire to do greater things for Nigeria and Africa at large. Nigerians are proud of him. Personally, I am delighted to see Ghana appreciate him with the prestigious award towards his contributions to the growth of economy.

“As an artiste, I am one of the beneficiaries of his good works and I am happy that this is happening in our time. I pray that God will continue to keep him and grant him long life to achieve all   his aspirations and accomplish all his good plans geared towards lifting Africa to a greater level in the entire world,” he added.

Obey, who also described Dr Adenuga as a man who is always thinking of the progress of Nigeria, empowering Africans and also creating communication-made-easy environment for Africans, charged other well-meaning Nigerians and Africans to take a cue from Adenuga’s vision to collectively transform and make West Africa a place of pride.