Osinbajo, Mahama, Sanwo-Olu, Melaye, others in attendance as Dele Momodu host virtual party - Focus News

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Osinbajo, Mahama, Sanwo-Olu, Melaye, others in attendance as Dele Momodu host virtual party


  
In order not to breach government order against public gathering as the protracted coronavirus persists, media tycoon, Dele Momodu hosted a virtual birthday party as he clocked 60 on Saturday. 

The event, according to Punch, held between 1pm and 5pm, and saw a host dignitaries in attendance. Among those that attended the party was the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, former Ghanian President, John Mahama, Liberia's Vice President, Jewel Taylor, and Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

Among other attendees were Sen. Dino Melaye, Tony Elumelu, Banky W, Sade Okoya, Pastor Tunde Bakare.

There were also performances by top musicians including K1 de Ultimate and Sir Shina Peters.

Some of the personalities also called in sharing their experiences with Momodu and how they met him. It was accolades upon accolades as the calls quickly showed that the host is a man of immense goodwill. Callers include Rotimi Amaechi, Rev- Mother Esther Ajayi, Segun Odegbami, and Dame Abimbola Fashola.

Momodu is the publisher of Ovation International Magazine and has garnered several decades of high society and celebrity reportage. He cut his teeth as a journalist at the late Chief MKO Abiola-owned African Concord magazine, and has gone on to build an impressive network of sources and confidantes.

Thanking God for clocking 60, Momodu said one of the things he was most grateful for was the access he had to several people across all walks of life. His Ovation magazine has captured several superlative society events and bigwigs throw open the gates of their mansions to him.

He also thanked all those who called him, sent him messages of goodwill, and celebrated with him despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Society Plus however gathered that some of Momodu’s friends had said they still wanted a party when public gatherings were allowed.

Source: Punch.

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