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Three months after clinching TheFLEA Awards, Jerry Mallo, Tony Elumelu shine at TFAA

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Barely three months after being named the Underrated Impactful Angel Award of the Year at the maiden edition of The Freelanews Leadership & Entrepreneurship Awards, TheFLEA Awards, a 27yr old Nigerian born fabrication engineer and CEO of Bennie Technologies Ltd, Jerry Mallo, has yet again emerged the recipient of The Future Awards Africa, TFAA’s Prize for Entrepreneurship.

In what serves as a testament that TheFLEA Awards only encourages the deserving, Mallo was not alone.

The founder of The Tony Elumelu Foundation, Tony Onyemaechi Elumelu, through his foundation and UBA Group was named Most Impactful CSR Initiative of the Decade (Africa) at TheFLEA Awards, has clinched TFAA’s Prize for Service to Young People.

The glamourous event held at the Federal Palace Hotels in Lagos on Sunday night.

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Hosted by past TFAA winner and On-Air Personality, Nancy Isime, this year’s Awards was themed ‘Challengers and Builders’.

It sought to recognise young Nigerians aged 18 and 31 who have challenged the norm and made noteworthy contributions in their respective fields.

Celebrity guests at the event included activist and co-founder of the #BringBackourGirls movement, Aisha Yesufu; Disc Jockey, DJ Nana; entertainer, Denrele Edun; actors, Toyin Abraham and Ini Edo; comedians and media personalities, Debo ‘Mr Macaroni’ Adedayo, Bukunmi ‘Kie Kie’ Ilori and Josh ‘Josh2Funny’ Alfred.

Others were Emmanuel ‘Mr Funny’ Ejekwu, Chioma ‘Chigul’ Omeruah, Julius Agu; fashion designer, Mai Atafo; CEO, Flying Doctors, Dr Ola Brown, and others.

The Awards also featured performances from Peruzzi, Reekado Banks, T-Classic, Naomi Mac, and Esther Benyeogo.

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See full list of winners below:

Prize for content creation

Tayo Aina (29) – WINNER

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Isaac ‘Zicsaloma’ Aloma (30)

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Onyekelu ‘Jenni Frank’ Jennifer Ebere (27)

Apaokagi ‘Taaooma’ Maryam (22)

Emmanuel ‘Mr Funny’ Ejekwu (26)

Tobi ‘Street Church’ Oreoluwa (31)

Prize for advocacy & activism

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Wilson Atumeyi (29) – WINNER

Solomon Ayodele (29)

Rinu Oduala (23)

Fatima Tafoki (24)

Naima Idris Usman (27)

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Shedrack Danladi (29)

Prize for community action

Tunde Onakoya (27) – WINNER

Vera David-Emesiobum (31)

Blessing Ingyape (31)

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Saratu Ishaya Abdullahi (27)

Aliyu Sadiq (24)

Ibrahim ‘Flag boy’ Adebanjo Akinwunmi (25)

Prize for music

Temilade ‘Tems’ Openiyi (26) – WINNER

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Joseph ‘Joeboy’ Akinwale (24)

Adedamola ‘Fireboy’ Adefolahan (26)

Oyinkansola ‘Ayra Starr’ Aderibigbe (19)

Chukwuka ‘Ckay’ Ekweani (26)

Stanley ‘Omah Lay’ Didia (24)

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Daniel ‘BNXN’ Benson (24)

Prize for professional service

Khalil Nur Khalil (28) – WINNER

Adeyemi Adetunji (29)

Daphne Akatugba (31)

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David Oyawoye (24)

Abiodun Animashaun (30)

Blossom Egbude (24)

Prize for acting

Bimbo Ademoye (30) WINNER

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Teniola Aladese (28)

Maryam Yahhaya (24)

Nengi Adoki (31)

Temi Ami-Williams (24)

Emeka Nwagbaraocha (24)

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Abayomi Alvin (27)

Prize for journalism

S.I Ohumu (26) – WINNER

Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari (30)

Laila Johnson-Salami (25)

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Yvonne Okhaifoh (28)

Chisom Peter Job (19)

Agbaje Ayomide (22)

Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi (32)

Prize for lawyers

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Oyinkansola ‘Foza’ Fawehinmi (25)- WINNER

Mobolaji Oriola (27)

Damilola Wright (29)

Iredumare Opeyemi (32)

Oluwaseun Ayansola (27)

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Kelechi Ibe (27)

Prize for film

Kayode Kasum (30) – WINNER

Akay Mason (28)

Dada ‘Oluwadabest’ Temitope (29)

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Victor Edem (25)

Nora Awolowo (22)

Abdul Tijani ‘Abdul TJ” Ahmed (27)

Prize for entrepreneurship

Jerry Mallo (27) – WINNER

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Omoye Abulimen (28)

Olatunji Adenike Rukayat (28)

Lade Lois Olaiya (27)

Jumoke Dada (27)

Ore Runsewe (31)

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Joel Ogunsola (28)

Prize for technology

Kennedy Ekezie (24) WINNER

Abubakar Nur Khalil (22)

Dare Adekoya (22)

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Yanmo Omoregbe (28)

Timi Ajiboye (28)

Hanu Fejiro (26)

Eluan Ben (24)

Prize for art and literature

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Chigozie Obi (24)- WINNER

Mayowa ‘Shutabug’ Alabi (27)

Niyi Okeowo (27)

Renike Olusanya (27)

Eloghosa Osunde (29)

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T.J Benson (30)

Arinze Ifeakandu (27)

Prize for health and wellness

Dr. Cassandra Akinde (30) – WINNER

Dr. Chinonso ‘Aproko Dr’ Egemba (31)

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Dr. Chioma ‘Dr Zobo’ Nwakanma (29)

Dr. Princess Ifeoma Ike (29)

Dr. Opeyemi Adeyemi (29)

Dinatu Emmanuel Ishaka (26)

Odunola Olabintan (25)

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Prize for young person of the year

Andrea Iyamah (Nigeria) (28) – WINNER

Mohamed Salah (Egypt) (29)

Angeline Makore (Zimbabwe) (32)

Jerry Mallo (Nigeria) (27)

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Lelise Neme (Ethiopia) (29)

Prize for fashion

Weiz Dhurm Franklyn (30) – WINNER

King Davids (28)

Temitayo Ilesanmi Nathan (28)

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Seun Olopade (28)

Bolajo Fawehinmi (30)

Mariam Afolabi (28)

Davou Pwajok (24)

Prize for academic achievement

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Mufid Sulaiman Abubakar (29)

Ikanna Okim (23)

Asaka Ewerechukwu Favour (21)

Goodness Adesewa (24)

Uchechi Promise Echefu (29)

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Joseph Oloruntola Adeola (28)

Uzoaku Odinachukwu Amadi (24)

Joy Adesina (24)

Elizabeth Ekeoseye (21)

Prize for service to young people

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Femi Falana

Tony Elumelu

Aisha Yesufu

Dr Akintoye Akindele

Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi

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Atedo Peterside

Olowogboyega A. Olayemi

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Two Americans, One Dane Win Chemistry Nobel

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The Nobel Chemistry Prize was on Wednesday awarded to a trio of chemists from the US and Denmark who laid the foundation for a more functional form of chemistry.

Americans Carolyn Bertozzi and Barry Sharpless, together with Denmark’s Morten Meldal, were honoured “for the development of click chemistry and bioorthogonal chemistry,” the jury said.

The award marks the second Nobel for 81-year-old Sharpless, who won the chemistry Nobel in 2001.

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Only four other individuals have achieved the feat, including Polish-born Frenchwoman Marie Curie.

Click chemistry “is an elegant and efficient chemical reaction that is now in widespread use,” the jury said in a statement.

“Among many other uses, it is utilised in the development of pharmaceuticals, for mapping DNA and creating materials that are more fit for purpose,” it added.

“This year’s Prize in Chemistry deals with not overcomplicating matters, instead working with what is easy and simple,” Johan Aqvist, Chair of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry, said in the statement.

The trio will share the Nobel award sum of 10 million Swedish kronor ($917,500), will receive the prize from King Carl XVI Gustaf at a formal ceremony in Stockholm on December 10, the anniversary of the 1896 death of scientist Alfred Nobel who created the prizes in his last will and testament.

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Sharpless, a professor at Scripps Research in California, “started the ball rolling” and “coined the concept of click chemistry” around 2000, the jury said.

“Shortly afterwards, Morten Meldal and Barry Sharpless –- independently of each other –- presented what is now the crown jewel of click chemistry: the copper catalysed azide-alkyne cycloaddition,” the jury said.

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Meldal, 68, is a professor of chemistry at the University of Copenhagen.

Bertozzi, who is a professor at Stanford in the United States, then took it to “a new level.”

“She developed click reactions that work inside living organisms. Her bioorthogonal reactions take place without disrupting the normal chemistry of the cell,” the jury said.

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“I’m absolutely stunned, I’m sitting here and I can hardly breathe,” Bertozzi told reporters via telephone, minutes after the announcement.

Last year, the academy honoured Germany’s Benjamin List and US-British dual national David MacMillan for their development of a precise tool for molecular construction known as asymmetric organocatalysis.

On Monday, the medicine prize went to Swedish paleogeneticist Svante Paabo for his discoveries on the genomes of extinct hominins and human evolution.

Then on Tuesday, physicists Alain Aspect of France, John Clauser of the United States and Austria’s Anton Zeilinger were given the physics prize for developing experimental tools that helped prove quantum entanglement — a phenomenon Albert Einstein dismissed as “spooky action at a distance”.

The chemistry prize will be followed by the highly watched literature and peace prizes, announced on Thursday and Friday respectively.

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The peace prize is expected to hold a special significance this year given the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Tobi Amusan returns to Celestial Church of Christ for thanksgiving

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Many do not even know that Tobi Amusan, the iconic athlete whose basket of global victories and laurels, is overflowing and bursting at the seams, is a member of the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide. The track queen, who was recently bestowed with the national award of Officer of the Order of Niger (O.O.N.) by President Muhammadu Buhari, is not just a member of the C.C.C. but also an active member of the choir.

Amusan’s many wins include the following: – Winner of the World Athletics Diamond League. – Gold Medalist from the World Athletics Championships 2022 in Eugene Oregon, U.S.A. – First Nigerian World Record Holder in Athletics, Eugene Oregon, U.S.A. – Triple Gold Medalist from the Commonwealth Games. – Double Gold Medalist from the African Athletics Championships.

Recently, Tobi Amusan returned to her spiritual fountain, the Celestial Church of Christ , to worship and to give thanks to God during a glorious Sunday Service

“C.C.C. Worldwide celebrates one of our own, Sister Tobi Amusan. We are very proud of you and we would not stop celebrating you. This is just the beginning. God’s glory in your life would continue to abide and multiply in the mighty name of Jesus. Amen,” SE Kayode Ajala, the head of CCC Worldwide media, wrote.

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VSE Joseph Olorunishola – Forgiven But Not Restored

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The official report of the meeting of VSE Joseph Olorunnishola and Rev. Pastor EMF Oshoffa on Thursday, September 29th, 2022.

Following a letter of apology from VSE Joseph Olorunnishola to Pastor EMF Oshoffa, a meeting was arranged for VSE Olorunnishola to apologize in person to the Spiritual Head and Pastor of Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide.

The meeting took place at the New York Parish, Brooklyn before the CCC 75th Anniversary Service of the Founding of Celestial Church of Christ on September 29th.

VSE Joseph Olorunnishola was at the meeting with five of his elders and the USA diocese was also represented by total of six elders.

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Chiefly at the meeting, presided by the Pastor EMF Oshoffa, and sitting on the high table with Pastor were the Pastor’s head of Administration Worldwide, VSE S.F. Adeniyi and the Head of USA Diocese, VSE Olaitan Balogun.

Also at the meeting were the HOD deputies
VSE Solomon Yusuf and Sup. Evg. Ayo Homer-Williams. AVSE Kehinde Akano, Sup. Evg Oluwafemi Sanyaolu, and Sup. Evg. Felix Oziegbe.

Venerable Superior Evangelist Olaitan Balogun, Head of U.S.A Diocese, C.C.C. Worldwide.

Present at the meeting with VSE Joseph Olorunnishola was; Sup. Evg. Yomi Dodo Williams, Sup Evg. Victor Adewusi, MSE Sam Adebayo, Sup. Evg .Timothy Olatokun and Sup Evg Badmus.

The meeting lasted over 4 hours.

Summary:

  1. The meeting started with an opening prayer by the Pastor EMF Oshoffa
  2. The Pastor reiterated the need for peace and oneness in the diocese
  3. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola prostrated to apologize to the Pastor and everybody in the meeting also prostrated alongside VSE Olorunnishola for total forgiveness and spirit of oneness.
  4. The Pastor asked VSE Joseph Olorunnishola to explain himself.
  5. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola stated that he did not do anything wrong as he was simply carrying out the decision made by his then Executive Council members in the infamous March 5, 2021 memorandum of 7-point demand and Declaration of Independence notably from the Pastor.
  6. Superior Evangelist Homer Williams, Superior Evangelist Akande and Superior Evangelist Oziegbe all indicated their efforts at urging VSE Joseph Olorunnishola to rescind the letter as requested by the Pastor. But VSE Olorunnishola blatantly refused and responded to each of the above peace makers with a common “over my dead body”.
  7. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola requested to still be in control of the parishes under his leadership.
  8. The Pastor then requested VSE Olorunnishola to come to Nigeria for further discussions while the Pastor will consult with the elders of the church in Nigeria.
  9. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola replied that he does not have the grace to travel to Nigeria.
  10. The Pastor then asked VSE Olorunnishola to call him when the Pastor returns back to Nigeria.
  11. Superior Evangelist Sanyaolu reiterated at the meeting that for there to be true peace and truce, VSE Joseph Olorunnishola has to withdraw all his court cases with the USA diocese because VSE Olorunnishola is not the owner of Celestial Church of Christ in America. And that the Pastor is both the Spiritual and Administrative Head of Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide as per the Constitution.
  12. The meeting ended with closing prayer by the HOD VSE Olaitan Balogun
  13. The grace said by Pastor EMF Oshoffa
  14. It was gathered that after the grace, VSE Joseph Olorunnishola while walking away then said the status quo remains of which the Pastor did not respond.
  15. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola was asked by some representatives of the diocese to take back his false conclusion of the meeting that “the status quo remains” and a small skirmish ensued.
  16. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola, in his own mind, falsely concluded that the status quo remains, which perhaps could be his primary objective for coming to the meeting and thereby creating some form of legitimacy.
  17. VSE Joseph Olorunnishola was forgiven by the pastor but not restored.
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It is our prayer that the spirit of arrogance and disobedience will be cast away in our midst. And the owner of His church will continue to uphold and strengthen His church, in Jesus mighty name. Amen!

The Publicity and Media Team of the USA Diocese stands by the veracity of this report (Zechariah 8:16-17).

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Together, we move to higher glory.

The Publicity and Media Team
CCC USA Diocese

Venerable Superior Evangelist Joseph Olorunishola.

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