by Henry Uche, Lagos
Due to his humane lifestyle and other sacrificial gestures on behalf of the underprivileged, Romeo O’Day is a renowned sales professional and an Honorary Doctorate in Business Management and Leadership from Miles Leadership University, Benin. was awarded.
At the awards ceremony held at the National Theater in Accra, O’Day said hard work, dedication and other values have defined his work over the years. According to him, the award is his second given to him this year, previously he received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Face of African Concept. Even though he is in a prestigious Nigerian league that includes life coaches.
“This philanthropist received the award in recognition of his work in building homes across Africa and providing financial support and philanthropy to African homes and streets,” his media aide said. made it
In response, O’Day said he was honored to have been raised by people who embodied the highest values in life, stating that hard work, dedication, kindness and focus are the values that guide his work. said.
“These values will always guide me no matter what I do,” said an overjoyed O’Day. He said that’s also why he’s devoted his life to multilevel marketing. In this industry, you have to work hard enough and show commitment even when you get discouraged, he said.
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“Hard work, dedication, kindness and focus. The four core values that have defined my work at Norland International and built a legacy in building a new generation of millionaires.”
“It is these values that also inspire the work we do at the Romeo O’Day Cares Foundation, where we pay for health care for the poor, feed widows, and care for orphans and street children. I take care of it,” he asserted.
“If you lose your focus, you lose your winnings. You can only benefit from your ability to understand and solve the pain people go through when it comes to health and the economy.”
He said that being awarded such an honor reflected the fact that when we live a life worth living and make sacrifices for the well-being of others, we increase the value of life, and we have built it. , described it as an inspiration to continue to make an impact. world.
In his remarks, Dr. K. Ravi Acharya, Vice Chancellor of the University, while presenting his certificate to Mr. Odey, described him as a man of genuine African interest, and has made many contributions around the world. manifested in his many investments in people’s lives. Continent. “His impact on humanity is not hidden. The world needs people to like their hearts, a life worth emulating,” he stressed.