The CEO of Bustline Media UK, Yetunde Oduwole; a UK based multiple award winning Media/Entertainment Consultant and Events Specialist was recently honoured by her circle of Media Colleagues and friends in Nigeria at an evening strictly devoted to eulogising her and patting her back for making Nigeria proud across the world by way of her Awards Project; Diamond Special Recognition Awards Worldwide; a global awards in recognition of hidden entrepreneurs, talents and brains behind lofty projects across the world. It is a one of its kind 'World Tour' project whose 5th anniversary is this year, 2015 in Dubai.
The evening which was held at the exclusive Prince of Anthony Hotel Lounge; paraded big wigs in the media and entertainment industry in Nigeria who have been her friends from the early days of her career which has spanned over 25 years. Present were Media gurus like Yemi Shodimu, Ambrose Shomide, Akin Adeoya, Steve Ayorinde, Nollywood impresario, Ralph Nwadike, Nigerian Fashion Show's Lexy Mojo Eyes, Queen Ure Okezie, Oyin Onime, Ijeoma Richards, and Nollywood's Yomi Fash Lanso, Wale Adebayo (Sango), Ireti Osayemi and hubby Bakky Adeoye, Femi Branch, Aishat Abimbola, Leye Adesile Kuti. Also in attendance were seasoned writer, Toni Kan, Zeez, the artiste formerly known as DJ Zeez, Former Mr Nigeria, model and Nollywood actor, Bryan Okwara, USA based artiste; Kenny Odugbemi (Mr Buga) and a host of others that thronged in all through the evening.
Yetunde who was amazed at the honour and love directed at her through speeches from friends and colleagues all through the evening gushed "I'm a happy bunny right now. It's not everyday that you get your colleagues in the industry gathered to lift you up and reel out nice words in your honour. I'm proud of myself right now. For the presence, for the sincerity, for the support, for the love, for the phone calls and texts from the colleagues who couldn't make the evening, I am most grateful!"
The evening was supported by City People Media Group, Silverbird TV, Ben TV Nigeria, Hotel 1960, Sola Ariyibi, Femi Branch, and Liz Anjorin.
PHOTO CREDIT: SHERIKOKO