Northern Youth Honours Ex-Labour Party Presidential Aspirant With Leadership Award


Former Labour Party Presidential Aspirant, Oluwadamilare Joseph Faduri, popularly known as King Fadojoe has been honoured with Distinguish Merit Award as Icon of Humanitarian Service by the Northern Youths of Nigeria, under the Northern National Association of Nigerian Students (NNANS).


The Ahamadu Bello Sardauna Leadership Award, we gathered was presented to the Ipetu-jesha, Osun State-born Entertainer turned Politician on 17th January 2023 in Kano State, In recognition of his immense contribution towards National Development, Educational Upliftment, Youths Engagement & Service To Humanity.



The American based Fadojoe, showed gratitude for his new achievement by going on his social media page, to post the below information and Photos from the event.


According to him, “I have been receiving Awards all across the World, but this won’t be taken for granted.

Firstly, this is because it’s coming from the Youths of Nigeria and secondly, because it’s not just the Youths of Nigeria but the Northern Youths and Students of Nigeria, which shows progress, unity and achievement that can be made in Africa and in Nigeria without ethnic barriers.


“Nigerian Youths will show the New Nigeria to the World devoid of Tribalism, Ethnicity and Religious Bigotism.

I am honoured to have found worthy out of millions of Leaders in Nigeria.


“I dedicate this Award to all Youths of Nigeria and I promise to continue to represent the best of the nation, both home and abroad, and stand for justice. For one Nation, One destiny, one body under one govt to succeed.

So help me God.


May God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria

God Bless all Nigerian Youths!”, He wrote.

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