Group Congratulates Akintola on Prestigious Award Honour


The National Adviser of Better Nigeria Ambassadors Association, Prince Adesegun Ogungbayi has congratulated the National Coalition of All Support Groups (NCASG) Director General who also doubles as the National President of Better Nigeria Ambassadors Forum, Hon. (Prince) Oluwasayo Akintola on the conferment of the Sir Ahmadu Bello Platinum Leadership Excellence Award by the Arewa Youth Council of Nigeria (AYC).

The award according to the organisers is the most prestigious to be conferred on anyone in the country.

The Sir Ahmadu Bello Platinum Leadership Excellence Award according to the Arewa Youth, is only conferred on individuals with a national outlook who work for the togetherness of the country.

Ogungbayi in a congratulatory message described Akintola as an “Icon of Peace/Nation Building that his value in integrating people does not have boundaries.”

He said; “I am highly delighted to see the Number 1 citizen of my organization at the forefront as the Director General of National Coalition of All Support Groups for Tinubu for championing the cause of justice and bridging the gaps among all nationwide. I am not surprised at all because as of 2020 the National Ambassadors Association of Nigeria has chapters in almost all states of the Federation with over 300 functional local Governments. Today glory is to God that our President has written in gold the name of Better Nigeria Ambassadors Forum in championing the cause of Tinubu for President.”

Ogungbayi disclosed that Prince Akintola will be hosting all who is who at the national Conference Abuja on the 22nd of October 2022 wherein National/Zonal/State Executive Committees and NCASG Campaign Council will be inaugurated.
The National Adviser disclosed that the quest to ensure that the most outstanding and prepared Presidential candidate in the history of governance, Senator Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu wins at the General Presidential Election in 2023 remains the priority of the association and will continue to work for its actualisation.

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