As the month of March begins to draw to a close,a Real Estate Magnate and Chairman of Kazeem Properties Limited, Amb. (Dr) Prince Kazeem Eletu Odibo paid business visits to some Diplomats in the Federal Capital of Nigeria, Abuja, as part of his 2019 [emaillocker id=”10922″] official engagements in establishing and building global partnerships. He met with the Ambassadors of Norway, Rwanda, Slovakia and Palestine.
On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, His Excellency, Jens-Petter Kjemprud, Ambassador of Norway to Nigeria opened his embassy’s doors to ADP Eletu, who was accompanied by the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Diplomatic Watch LLC, Victor Gotevbe. It was the first time he would meet with the Norwegian Envoy. The conversation was centered on royalty and diplomacy; possible cooperation and friendship building. Eletu informed Ambassador Jens-Petter about his efforts in taking talented youngster with exceptional football skills off the streets through his academy : Prince Kazeem Eletu Royal Football Academy. He has sponsored a good number of them to Europe and the success rate of the professional football trials has been relatively high. There is therefore need to foster cooperation with the Embassy to ensure that these young people start their professional career in Europe and beyond, said Eletu.
Thereafter, Prince Kazeem was hosted by the Rwandan Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E. Stanislas Kamanzi at the Rwanda High Commission. He indicated interest in doing business in Rwanda because of the huge Real Estate potentials that exist in both Rwanda and Nigeria. He added that this would help to further strengthen the bilateral relations between Nigeria and Rwanda. Ambassador Kamanzi agreed with him and advised him on how this can be achieved as Rwanda looks forward to connecting him with opportunities that exist there.
Later that evening, the Ambassador of Slovakia to Nigeria, Peter Holasek treated ADP Kazeem Eletu, Victor Gotevbe, Leonard Uriri (SEO/Social Media Manager of Diplomatic Watch) et al todinner at Blue Cabana Restaurant, Nordic Hotel. The interactions highlighted ongoing efforts by the Slovak Embassy to further boost economic and cultural collaboration with Nigeria among other issues discussed.
On Thursday, March 21, 2019, the Palestinian Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E. Sahed Fhied, who is about the longest serving Foreign Diplomat in Nigeria, hosted Prince Kazeem Eletu and representatives of Diplomatic Watch to the Embassy of Palestine for a friendly reception. It was an opportunity for the delegation to learn more about Palestine, as Ambassador Sahed spoke about the Nigeria Palestinian cooperation.
Prince Kazeem in all the business visits depicted that the symbolic currency of nobility is still highly valued in much of the world, and that the Eletu Odibo royal family retains an impressive share of it. He has since demonstrated his willingness to lavish hospitality on their royal friends. The Royal family also plays an important role in supporting and encouraging the public and charity sectors.
Ambassador Dr. Prince Kazeem was born in Lagos into the Eletu-Odibo Royal family, 41 one years ago. His family historically serves as the Chief Kingmaker which crowns the Oba (king) of Lagos. He has shown over the years that he is a dynamic, result-oriented leader with a strong track record of performance in his enterprise. His many remarkable projects in the real estate sector can attest to the fact why he has earned several local, national and international awards.
Prince Kazeem is associated with philanthropy, through the Prince Kazeem Eletu-Odibo Foundation. His kind heartedness is visible amongst many individuals whom he has touched; he personally likes putting smiles on people’s faces irrespective of their tribe, ethnicity, creed or language. As a matter of fact, he single-handedly, constructed many roads at Osapa London in Lekki axis in Lagos state following their dilapidated state. Today, Osapa London is a prime area and has very expensive properties situated in it. He has made several donations to many groups, civil societies including the Rotary International and a lot of individuals, running into several millions of naira.