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Items filtered by date: Friday, 09 May 2014

High Chief Peter Ojemen (JP, MFR) Alias Don P, celebrates 50th and Baby Miami Miracle’s Ojemen Dedication.

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High Chief Peter Ojemen alias Don P and his lovely wife introduce their Beautiful Baby Miami Miracle Ojemen , and tell Society Celebration about her dramatic arrival.

As we arrive at Chief Ojemen’s mansion at 70 Ukiwe, Utako district, Abuja. Chief’s wife is the picture of new baby’s mum bliss, lovingly feeding her newborn baby girl in her arms. Just weeks earlier Don P’s wife was in a recovery room as doctors delivered her baby after many hours of labor, though her previous children’s birth never took that long, went very smoothly, hour later baby’s mum suffered a frightening panic attack which led her to spend her first night with baby.  “I was terrified”, she tells Society Celebration! ‘I’ve just given birth suddenly I was being taken away for more observation, I didn’t see my baby, it wasn’t funny, our God is on the throne.’


CAPTAIN HOSA OKUNBO- A King of Hearts with the Midas Touch

Humble, thoughtful, focused, generous and unassuming; are some of the appellations eagerly and repeatedly used by all to esteem Captain Idahosa Wells Okunbo, notable multi-billionaire business mogul, liberalist, socialite and philanthropist extraordinaire. He came from a very humble Christian background, through a discipline and religious parents, who nurtured him to be honest, humble and to aim to the sky, a caution which later found fulfillment when at  a mere 21 years of age, he initially graduated from aviation school, improved further and started a successful career of a commercial pilot, flying higher altitudes. Having flown  over a log 7,000 hours most of which were at jet times, Captain Hosa (as he is fondly called by friends and all) has this time around cash in on his higher flight altitudes to attain more heights in the hemisphere of corporate, social and political leadership.


KEN IMASUAGBON - A Cheerful Giver with a Mission


In the political history of Edo, the heartbeat state of the Nigeria’s nation, stretching back to its olden days as Bendel (Benin and Delta) State, there is hardly any individual in the governorship race, like Barrister Kenneth Imasuagbon, that has touched the hearts of the commoners. In the same manner, it is only Governor Ambrose Alli of blessed memory, who happened to have raised the pertinent issue of poverty to benefit the poor, who dominate  the local population and largely constitute the voting force.

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