- Nigerian Adebayo Adeleke had over 20 years in the US Army before he retired as the director of contracting operations
- Adebayo started small as a logistics specialist as he patiently rose through ranks in American military
- Presently, he is a managing partner at Pantote Solutions as he described himself as a social entrepreneur
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Adebayo Adeleke is one of the Nigerians who are bringing glory to the nation. According to a post by Ndubuisi Ekekwe on LinkedIn, he served the US Army for more than 20 years.
He started in the American force as a logistics specialist and then attained the position of logistics supervisor. From there, he became the warehouse manager and then materials manager.
He had a successful career
Adeleke became the operations manager afterward as he rose through the ranks of procurement manager, director of logistics, contingency contracting team lead, and chief of contracting.
Before his retirement, he achieved the position of the director of contracting operations. Ndubuisi described him as “the Godzilla of global supply chain and contracting.
Adeboyo’s profile showed that he is also a social entrepreneur and the managing partner at Pantote Solutions in Dallas.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Omobolaji Adetunmbi also joined that enviable pool of Nigerians who are making the nation proud. A picture she shared on Twitter on Thursday, May 14, showed she is in the US Army.
Since she posted her pictures in the force's uniform, the photos have gone viral gathering over 40,000 likes with thousands of retweets. Omobolaji said she works harder because she knows the people she represents.
Ike Eweama, another Nigerian, also made the country proud after he was promoted to the rank of colonel in the army.
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It was gathered that Colonel Eweama is a PhD holder whose service in the US Army earned him the promotion. Eweama was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and is a decorated member of the United States military.
In other news, there was an inspiring and trending video showing some members of the US Army singing the country’s national anthem.
The officers were lined up as they melodiously sang Arise, O Compatriots. Nothing is more amazing than seeing people of a different nationality praising your country in a song.
While some of them sang off-hand, others had to follow by reading the words from a piece of paper.
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