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Youth Corps member wins 2019 Glo Miss Ojude Oba


The winner of Miss Ojude Oba 2019 is a Political Science graduate of the Olabisi Onabanjo University who is currently undergoing the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) programme in Ibadan, Mosunmola Omotayo.


Mosunmola emerged a winner after defeating eight other contestants. The ladies competed in traditional, casuals and dinner wears as well as elocution, poise and comportment.


The dark and tall 25 year-old queen is an entrepreneur in catering and event planning.


A 300 level student of English Education with the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Imisioluwa Jesutofunmi Jinadu emerged the first runner-up while 20 year-old Funmilade Fanadez Osoteku was adjudged as the second runner-up.


Earlier, up and coming artistes raised the curtain with scintillating performance directed by resourceful MC Bash, complemented by melodious tunes mixed by DJ Tops.


There were also various side competitions to excite the crowd. Ola Flow won the rap battle while Tunde Olorioko and Teju Adeyemi won smartphones in the Dance
Competition for male and female category respectively. Lady drummer, Ayanfola, serenaded the audience with delightful tunes from the talking drum (gangan).

Lil’Kesh revved the musical show with sundry popular tunes enthusiastically chorused by the lively crowd of attendees rounding off their Ileya festivities with sublime fun.


The Asiwaju of Fuji popularly addressed as “African Michael Jackson”, Alhaji Abass Akande Obesere and his beautiful dancers closed the musical show.


Ten lucky winners went home with 10 brand new tricycles and 10 LED Television sets courtesy major sponsor, Globacom.

The winners were announced after the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi picked the draws.

One of the winners of the tricycle, 37 year old civil servant with the Ogun State Hospital Management Board, Mr. Asiwaju Adebowale commended Globacom for the kind gesture adding “I feel great. I will start a transportation business to augment my salary.

In the same vein, another tricycle winner, 40 year old Olayemi Henry, a social worker with the Justice Development and Peace Commission who lives in the Obalende area of Ijebu Ode said the tricycle will further endear his Commission to the Globacom brand while a panel beater who also won the tricycle announced “I will use it for business”.

Some of the winners of the LED TV lauded Globacom for giving back to the society. Mrs Obafunmiloye Ogunniyi, an Events Planner said “Glo is the best. I was aiming for the tricycle but I got the LED TV”.

In the Regberegbe group, Egbe Bobamayegun Okunrin Asiwaju came first while Egbe Bobamayegun Okunrin emerged second and Egbe Tobalase Okunrin came third.

In the female category, Bobamayegun Obirin Aremo came first, Jagunmolu Obirin Original came second while Jagunmolu Stainless emerged third while Balogun Odunuga Family came first, Balogun Shote emerged second and Balogun Alausa Family was adjudged third.

Globacom chairman, Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr. said that the company was always conscious of its pact with the people of Nigeria to support, grow and develop noble causes such as Ojude Oba which had assumed international status with the support of the telecoms firm.

He congratulated the Awujale and Paramount Ruler of Ijebuland, Oba Dr. Sikiru Kayode Adetona for the numerous achievements during his reign, adding that Ijebuland was lucky to have him as a King without compare. Dr. Adenuga felicitated with all Ijebu for being alive to witness this year’s Ojude Oba Festival.

He assured Nigerians of constant delivery of optimum quality service and products as the acclaimed game changer in the telecommunication industry, adding that “we are proud that the Glo brand has, in the last 16 years, transformed into a household name with innovative solutions and pocket-friendly rates that have been enabling Nigerians to breathe easy in various ways. Our products and services are second to none and ahead of the pack”.


Check out the pictures below

Fototek Chairman, Chief Tona Adegunwa and Globacom Representative, Mr. Folu Aderibigbe presenting the 1st Prize cheque to the Balogun Odunuga Family winner of this year’s Horse Riders competition of the 2019 Glo sponsored Ojude Oba Festival held in Ijebu Ode on Tuesday.


The Ogun State Head of Service, Engr. Lanre Bisiriyu and Globacom Representative, Mr. Folu Aderibigbe presenting the second prize cheque to the Balogun Shoye Family in the Horse Riders competition of the 2019 Ojude Oba Festival powered by Glo.


Winner 2019 Miss Ojude Oba Beauty Pageant, Mosunmola Omotayo flanked by 1st runner-up, Imisioluwa Jesutofunmi Jinadu (left) and 2nd runner-up, Funmilade Fanadez Osoteku, displaying their dummy cheques at the Musical show held to round off activities for the 2019 Glo sponsored Ojude Oba Festival.
Lil’Kesh engaging with attendees during his wonderful, head-turning
performance at the 2019 Ojude-Oba musical show in Ijebu-Odeon Wednesday morning.
Sea of heads of the crowd at the 2019 Glo-Ojude Oba musical show in Ijebu Ode early Wednesday morning.
Representative of Globacom Chairman, Dr. Mike Adenuga,Jr., Mr. Folu Aderibigbe, exchanging pleasantries with the Awujale and Paramount Ruler of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Kayode Adetona at the “Otunba Day” held on Monday in Ijebu Ode


Lady Drummer, Ayanfola dazzling with her 15 man ensemble


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