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Princess Rosemary Osula Receives OSRA, ISFF Awards

 

 

Princess Osula Mku-Atu, a successful businesswoman and consummate philanthropist has been honored as the Grand Patron of the International Student Film Festival and the recipient of the Oodua Influential Special Recognition Award respectively.

 

The ISFF founder, Amb. Dr. Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen revealed that Princess Osula was unanimously selected by the Board of Advisers headed by Prof Backleys Ayakoroma and her emergence as the Grand Patron of the Film Institute is the sequel to her monumental contributions to humanity.

 

However, the OSRA Awards organizers also described her nomination as a reward for her meritorious service and selfless efforts toward the Oodua Heritage.

 

In the words of Desmond Tutu,”…do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”

She has demonstrated, through her life work, and social change, that we can individually make small and big differences.

Osula, an epitome of beauty and brain, has variously been described as an accomplished business mogul, a role model extraordinaire, an educationist par excellence, and an invaluable African-doting mother, whose life has become, in our times, the true definition of a mother’s sacrifices.

 

Right from an impressionable age, Princess Mku-Atu has distinguished herself as a multitalented star whose ascendency to the topmost strata of society was unstoppable by any terrestrial forces, largely of her abiding faith in God.

 

Consequently, Princess Mku-Atu has amplified this trait by her belief that it is only God who gives and gives for a good purpose – to serve humanity.

 

Consistent with her promise to use her God-given wealth to alleviate human suffering, the Rosula Foundation is unrelenting in providing succor to our various ailing communities.

 

To this end, in the area of education, Princess Mku-Atu is a colossus trailblazer.

 

The Igbinedion University Okada (IUO) is a living testimony of having over 500 indigent students who are graduated and undergraduate beneficiaries of the Rosula Foundation “My Dream Scholarship Programme.”

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