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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Lucky Omoluwa bags Kwame Nkrumah award


Chairman/CEO of Pinnacle Communications Limited, Lucky Omoluwa's astuteness in business of broadcast engineering communications has been accorded recognition by one of the oldest regional magazines in Africa, West Africa International.
At its annual award event held last Thursday at Novotel Hotel, Accra, Ghana, the versatile businessman was among the notable crop of West Africans honoured.
According to the publisher of West Africa International Magazine and Chairman, Kwame Nkrumah Award Selection Board, Dr. Dee Otibu-Asare "the award bestowed on Sir Lucky Omoluwa was borne out of his entrepreneurial dexterity in guiding his company, Pinnacle Communications Limited to the top in the broadcast engineering and communications business, it was also based on his unprecedented and untainted record in steering Pinnacle Communications to the leadership position in the broadcast engineering and communications sector and his zeal and commitment towards compliance with the general policies of the Nigerian government on issue relating to broadcast engineering and communications"
On hand to receive the award at the event on behalf of Sir Lucky Omoluwa, were Mr Dipo Onifade, Mr Tunde Idowu and Barrister Lorenzo Omo- Aligbe.
Sir Omoluwa, a devout Christian who was recently knighted by the Pope as a Knight of Saint Sylvester (KSS) dedicated the award to God.
The young man was sometimes ago honoured by Harris Corporation, USA and the United State Department of Commerce respectively in relation to the excellent work of Pinnacle Communications Limited in providing digital radio and television transmitters and support/ maintenance as well as all allied equipment in the broadcast engineering communications business.

5 comments:

  1. A well deserved award to a great man. May you receive many more awards and blessings sir.

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  2. A well deserved award to a most generous and kind- hearted man. May your shadow never grow less. Amen.

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