- Top media executive, Dele Momodu, recently attained the age of 60
- The Ovation International publisher hosted an online party which was attended by VP Osinbajo, Governor Sanwo-Olu among other top dignitaries
- Attendees of the virtual birthday bash also enjoyed performances from Ayefele, Kwam 1 and Shina Peters
Popular media executive, Chief Dele Momodu, clocked the age of 60 on Saturday, May 16, and to the admiration of many, he did not let the coronavirus rules on social gathering stop him from making the most of his special day.
The Ovation International publisher, who appeared to have no problem adjusting with the prescriptions of recent times, hosted a virtual party which was attended by several dignitaries and also televised on television.
Momodu’s event which held from 1pm to 5pm was attended by the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu, Liberia’s vice president Jewel Taylor, ex-Ghanaian president John Mahama, singer Banky W, business mogul Tony Elumelu, Sade Okoya among other dignitaries.
As if that was not enough, attendees of the virtual party were also treated to interesting musical performances by veteran musicians Kwam 1, Sir Shina Peters and Yinka Ayefele.
Others like Rotimi Amaechi, Rev- Mother Esther Ajayi, Segun Odegbami and Dame Abimbola Fashola who could not join the party also called to send their best wishes to the celebrant.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Momodu took to social media to congratulate one of the beneficiaries of his giveaway, a student of Taraba State University, Jalingo.
The mass communication had reached out to the ex-presidential candidate on Twitter and posted his account details during a giveaway. He was lucky to have been picked and sent an undisclosed amount of money to support himself as Nigeria battles with the coronavirus pandemic.
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