Stella Dimoko Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo Honored By US Forum As Outstanding Nigerian Philanthropist + Bags United Nations Ambassador Title


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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo Honored By US Forum As Outstanding Nigerian Philanthropist + Bags United Nations Ambassador Title

Prince Kazeem is a Man with a heart of gold!!!

US-Nigeria Legislative and Executive Leadership Forum, a platform seeking to promote community economic development initiatives, during the 2017 edition themed: "NIGERIA REVITALIZATION INITIATIVE: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOREFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT AND RESTRUCTURING", which held on Saturday November 18, at Double Tree by Hilton, Largo Maryland 20774, Washington DC, USA, showered huge encomiums on a few distinguished personalities amongst whom was the chairman of Kazeem Royal Properties Ltd, Prince Kazeem Austin Eletu-Odibo...... 

On this occasion, of all prominent figures, Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo was named "Most Outstanding Philanthropist in Nigeria" by the US-Nigeria Legislative and Executive Leadership Forum for his community achievement in human development capacity and philanthropy.

As if that was not enough, he also bagged a United Nations ambassador title from the Convenant International University and Seminary, which presumes he is not an ordinary Nigerian citizen any longer.

This honour did not just come his way, his height of commitment, acute passion for philantropism has paved way for such a big accolade.

 the awardee said ..

''Dear Esteemed ladies and gentlemen, please permit me to stand in existing protocol.

It is indeed an honour to express my profound gratitude to the organisers of this event who carefully selected me for this international community award.

Today, reminds me again of my growing up. You probably would have seen in my profile that I was born into a royal family but it was unknown to me for many years. Hence, I had to do all kinds of menial jobs just to survive. I was only two years old when my father passed on and my mother took me to a suburb called AJEGUNLE (it means wealth is here) but it is indeed a paradox. However, as a child I had a strange belief that one day I would be wealthy but I couldn't tell how. I couldn't steal or cheat anyone for a living. I was just like every Nigerian child born into what I presumed was poverty and I wanted to have a great future.

I attended a press conference in Lagos in respect of this meeting and I stated without mincing words that I am very much aware that people and or organisations receive awards because of their affluence but my case is different. I didn't pay for this. Instead, I believe that it was because of my little contributions that have been recognized.

I have traveled thousands of kilometers, flew over several mountains, oceans, rivers, lands and cultures to a country many people wish to visit, truly God’s own country. I am indeed honored by this kind gesture and I would like to accept this award as I trust it would further motivate me to do even much more.

In conclusion, I want to dedicate this award to two categories of people. First to my lovely mother who raised me up single-handedly. And two, I dedicate this to every Nigerian child who has a dream that someday Nigeria, Africa will be a better place and the world at large. I want to say also to my Creator, thank you indeed and I want to draw as always some inspiration from the national slogan of the United States of America: In God, We Trust. In God, I trust. I will keep impacting many more lives positively as I journey through life. So, help me God.

Thank you very much indeed.''



  1. Replies
    1. Nice.
      But what has he done in his home country?


    2. Congratulations Bros.
      Nice one and I'm super proudπŸ˜˜πŸ˜πŸ‘

  2. Congratulations Prince Kazeem! Nice one

  3. Wow see so many awards. Congratulations

  4. Congrats Prince.

    Mao Akuh

  5. He is indeed a humble guy..I knew his humble beginnings having grown up in Ajegunle myself, in fact we lived on the same street. If they told you this guy was once a bus conductor you won't believe. Omatsola I sight you..hmnnn, great friendship, you and Kazeem sha...all the way back. You guys are really looking dapper, and swimming in millions... Cheers...

  6. Congratulations Sir!more honors for you

  7. Congratulations sir. May God reward you for touching lives.

  8. Congratulations Prince Kazeem. May God bless you more.

  9. Mr kazeem congrarulations sir, more blessing o.wish you more grace and God's protection.. Anony shola akinbo.


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