Current Treasurer of Balogun Business Association (BBA) and the association’s 2020 Presidential candidate, Ozo Chief John Ezeako, has congratulated all award winners at the recent Crown Award ceremony held at Golden Tulip Hotels, FESTAC, Lagos.
In an interview in his Niger-3 Plaza Office, he described the honours done to several serving Presidents and former executive officers as a strong indication of their relentless efforts at changing the narratives of their different shopping centres within the massive Lagos International Trade fair complex.
“I want to congratulate all of them including my respectful president, Chief Tony Obih, ASPMDA President, Chief Daniel Offorkansi, Mandilas President, Chief Tony Okeke, Africa Tyre Village President, Alhaji Isah Akanbi, APT President, Chief Eric, UASPDA President, Chief Bartholomew Achukwu, Tools & Hard Ware President, Chief JC Obika and all other past leaders and key office holders who were equally honoured during the award.
“I want to remind them that to whom much is given, much is expected; meaning that they should see the honours done to them as another great call for more work and leadership delivery to their people.
On his preparedness over the coming BBA 2020 elections, having declared interest to contest for the post of the President, Ozo Chief Ezeako, said “I have been gradually meeting key stakeholders and interest groups with my plans on how I want the change certain narratives at BBA come next year.”
“My team and supporters have been doing the necessary groundwork and the results am getting are very positive, but am not getting carried away because I know that many are warming up to contest.
According to him, “Am in the race to drive ease of doing business for every business operator at BBA and Lagos International trade fair complex at large.”
He therefore congratulated every business owner and operator at BBA for having fared well in the year 2019 upon all the challenges faced by businesses within the year under review, saying “By God’s Grace, 2020 will usher in better things for everybody”.