Adenuga’s youngest daughter Sade Michael-Adenuga joins sister Bella Disu at Globacom appreciation party

Mike Adenuga daughter Sade

Sade Adenuga, youngest daughter of the chairman of Globacom Mike Adenuga, joined her elder sister Bella Disu at the Globacom appreciation party held at Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos on January 20.

Sade was dressed to the occasion in a classy transparent dress while Bella, the executive vice chairman of Globacom, lit up the event with her all-green gown reflecting the company’s colour.

Dubbed the darling of the house, Sade graduated with a degree in law from the United Kingdom in 2015 and was gifted a Range Rover by her father. She is the group executive director of MA Group and founder of QuickLaw.

At the event, Globacom showered its long-serving staff with millions of naira as part of the celebrations of its 20th anniversary.

The ‘Twenty and Unlimited’ party saw 89 employees who had worked for the company for up to 20 years receiving attractive rewards running into millions of naira from the company.

Speaking at the celebration, Mrs Disu expressed her satisfaction with the winners’ contributions to the company’s success over the past 20 years and encouraged them to keep pushing for greatness.

She promised that the company “will work tirelessly to increase value for you, our staff, all our subscribers and to all stakeholders. This is our promise to you. Thank you for twenty years. Together, we are good and together we are unlimited.”

Adenuga’s daughter Bella Disu sparkles in green at Glo 20th anniversary party

Staff members came from all over the country to attend the high-energy celebration and donned dresses in signature Glo colours. They were entertained by Wande Coal, as well as Glo ambassadors Chike Ezekpeazu Osebuka and Oluwatobiloba Anidugbe, better known as Kizz Daniel.

Also in attendance were the governor of Osun State, Ademola Adeleke; Ovation publisher, Dele Momodu; Nollywood stars, Ego Boyo, Ini Edo, Juliet Ibrahim, and Bolanle Ninalowo, as well as comedian Broda Shaggi, and fashion icon, Mai Atafo.

Several competition categories that drew substantial prizes from the company were among the evening’s other attractions. These included Mr. Glo and Miss Glo pageants. Ifoghale Ashaka won Mr. Glo, followed by first and second runners-up, Hakeem Obayomi and Olalekan Agbaje. Mr. Glo took home N2 million, while Hakeem and Olalekan received N1 million and N750,000, respectively. The winner of the Miss Glo title was Miss Gift Okafor, who took home N2 million. The first runner-up, Favour Akinbayo, took home N1 million in cash, while Faith Chika Obi placed second, earning N750,000. Each of the male and female best-dressed winners received N500,000.

In the dancing competition, Abiola Agunbiade took home the same reward for the male category while Tegha Mobaghan received N500,000 for the female category. The champions of the singing competition, Chukwudi Okorie and Otesanya Adetayo, both took home N500,000. Additionally, there was a food “quaffing” competition with N500,000 awarded to the champions in both the male and female categories. In addition, 20 early birds—those who arrived at the party first—won N250,000 each, and 50 Midnight Owls—those who left last—also received N500,000 each in the two gender categories.